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bikram yoga locking the knee

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The Anatomy of Knee "Locking", Bikram Style...

To begin this conversation we need to consider that each individuals definition of what "lock" actually means can vary because I can assure you that there will be a number of different interpretations. Common interpretations of “locking” the knee include but, are not limited to the following (as I have heard many people discussing this individually and in groups:

1.      Concentrate completely on the front muscle above the knee so that it is fully contracted.