HOW TO STOP YOUR KNEE FROM DIVING IN ON LUNGES Ask and you shall receive. Almost 100 of you requested this video from my story and (I think) I got a ❤ or response to each of you so here it is! . You've probably heard about knee valgus by now, which is an adduction and internal rotation of the femur on the pelvis and causes the knees to drop inward on movements like squats and lunges.↘️↙️ . There are 2 reasons this can occur. . ☝️The most recognized one is when the femur simply dives inward, and this is what most people assume is going on all the time. So they attach a band to the knee for you to push against or cue you to push the knee out. And that's great in the right situation. . ✌The less known reason (but one I find more commonly) actually comes from the pelvis. As you step, the pelvis on the side of the back leg may spin open. This can be due to a really tight hip flexor but I find that 9 times out of 10 it's a lack of coordination and control. . 🛠To fix it, put your hands on your pelvis and make sure that you keep the back leg side squared off and facing straight ahead. It's a lot harder than it looks and you may find your balance off and your glute burning. Don't worry, that's a good thing.😉 . Tag a friend who likes to do lunges and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox