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Alyse Dietel works the heel hook—and hamstring—on Community Service (5.11d), Rifle, Colorado. Hamstring and knee injuries caused by heel hooks are surprisingly common—and avoidable.

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Alyse Dietel works the heel hook—and hamstring—on Community Service (5.11d), Rifle, Colorado.