Recently I have been experiencing slight pain after hamstring exercises in the inside of my knees.
Tonight I trained hamstrings and paid close attention to my form to ascertain any potential problems. One thing I noticed is that durring my rack pulls and leg curls my knees (and lower leg) angle inwards. To illustrate, imagine you are standing and doing a quad stretch (bringing your heel to your ass). Instead of my heels each finishing towards the outside of each glute, they travel slightly inwards towards the middle of each glute when I do leg curls.
I suspect I have been doing leg curls like this for a long time because when I consciously tried to contract my hamstrings whilst keeping my legs ‘out’, the movement felt quite different.
This tendency may be linked to the fact that my ankles/feet roll inwards (flat feet).
Any possible causes for pain in this area?
Could what I have described be the cause?
Possible remedies beyond consciously correcting form?
Thanks in advance.