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Good to hear you are improving your squat technique.
Pro Episode #5 – Knee Stability and Laxity
Pro Episode #20 – Dealing With That Horror Show Bump On Your Knee/Osgood Schlatter
Spine first as the spine is the carriage or chasse for the primary engines of the shoulder and hip.
Disorganized at the pelvis hip function is decreased.
Changing the position is the way to improve the function.
Carl Paoli, GWOD, has a great video on blocking movements for quality squats.
Blocking Movement for Quality Squats