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Originally Posted by RhinoBalls View Post
You may have just saved my squat, been trying to figur this problem out for ages and just put it down to weak glutes, which is not the case after years of oly lifting. only JUST started throwing in some isolation stuff so hopefully that can correct it.

Any specifics you would do to go about fixing it? I'm also very aware of how little hamstring work i do, it's a sin.
Extensive hip stretching.

Hip adduction and abduction before squatting.

Leg extensions and single-leg extension at the end of your leg workout.

Also, I'd train your squat more than once per week... including a hip thrust at least once per week.

If you have an ankle cuff, I'd add standing single-leg curls at the start of your leg workout.
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