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I can't verify it, but I don't think it was snapping hip syndrome (SHS). Everything about SHS is related to the hip joint itself, and mine was much more in the hamstring-adductor area. I'm not sure exactly what fixed it, but I went at it from a few angles and haven't had the issue for a couple of weeks now. Light-ish good mornings once a week. 65% of ...


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More than a year has passed since I wrote the question. In the meantime I became a serious runner (basically because a shoulder surgery forced me to either running or staying a couch potato). My experience now is as follows: It is running (and NOT squatting) what puts stress on my knees (Kate was right, I now know). In fact I often have to insert some ...


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If your goal is to make your legs strong, then squats are without a doubt the best exercise you can do to achieve that goal. Squats are a universal exercise that both men and women can do with equivalent results and success, so there is no reason to be worried about results depending on your gender. Now, any exercise is better than none, so it's good that ...



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