Walking causes pain currently, but the pain has only been in the left quad while squatting or walking. My right leg has been fine. it feels shitty in the tendon regardless of what i do. I think it was slight from 1 squat session, like 1/10, it was nothing, then I did my deadlifts and the next day it was hard to walk.
Deadlifts are proper form too, I’m sure of that, they’re easy to do anyway. kind of hard to fuck up leg position on a deadlift. Not doing them though if my legs hurt unless I practice being quick on them.
If you assume things that are wrong then I’m going to deny it, there’s nothing wrong with that. I always keep my knees from going inwards, but I’ve never tried to actively push them out even further, they seem inline until the bottom and they they’re usually inline or slightly outside of my feet. there’s a difference between those 2 and my knees actually moving inward, which I don’t do.
I don’t understand how you can keep a back angle that is static on a lift that requires everything to change its angle to keep the bar over mid foot.
I’m not obligated to agree with things that aren’t rationalized unless you mean something different when you say keep your back angled, which I do only slightly to keep the bar over mid foot, since its a requirement with my short torso, but it’s also a requirement that my torso angle increases the further I go down to keep the center of gravity in a spot that is advantageous, over mid foot.
So from what I’ve read I believe I need to
Focus on squats more
Continue with my normal parallel squats until I can use shoes or have better ankle mobility
Brace, flex glutes initially to force a more neutral back angle, getting rid of the movement in lower back
Basically, deal with the pain until I catch up with deadlifts, I’m currently convinced that it’s the main culprit.