Your knee is a hinge joint, right guys? It’s designed to move one way. It’s not designed to move laterally. So for the safety of your knee, obviously, that’s not what we want to see happening but again, if her knees are coming in, typically she’s going to be shifted forward onto her toes or at least on the inside of her foot, she’s not able to use her glutes and hamstrings as effectively. Hey Margaux, push against my hand. Push, push, push, keep going, keep going, keep going, until her knees are out over her toes. Then I’m going to keep my hand here all the way as she’s standing up. Push into my hand as you stand up. Come down. Throughout the full range of motion. Stand up. Because oftentimes what I’ll see coaches doing is they’ll fix it at the bottom and then they’ll walk away and as the person goes to stand up the knees come back in. Right? Oftentimes you don’t see it on the way down, it’s as the person’s trying to stand up, especially under load. So we need that knee tracking the whole time.