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    Sumo squat depth

    Why would it be harder for me to hit depth with a wide stance? It’s difficult for me not to A2G narrow squats, but I can only barely get the crease of my hip tonline up with the top of my knee with a wide stance. Hip flexor inflexibility?
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    Hip anatomy is a possibility. If I squat much wider than a foot's width outside the shoulders, it causes too much internal rotation in the hips and eventually causes pain. That's my anatomy.
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