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this could be just general wear-and-tear on your knees from participating in sports, weight lifting, etc.
i used to play a lot of basketball (running on hardwood, of course) and would experience some random, acute pains and aches and creaks and pops when doing leg exercises. something that was supremely beneficial to me both instantaneously and even in the present day is investing in knee sleeves. specifically, i bought a pair of rehbands
other than that, it is explicitly against the rules to offer medical advice. but i hope you take my suggestions to mind. if all else fails, see a/your doctor.
I honestly don't know enough about your specific issue to be able to say definitively
But if you can benefit from a sleeve/brace, this is one of the most highly recommended ones among power/weight lifters
Thanks for your input dude. Since I've posted this I've been able to pull 405 with similar speed but wasn't nearly as stressful on my back. And they're just rehband knee sleeves inside out.
This is the best knee sleeve ever made. They are really expensive but I assure you that there is no better sleeve.
tall socks are an option. personally, i use my knee sleeves to protect my shins.
rehbands are 40$ [link] compared to 65 on the slingshots?
Looking at getting a set myself here shortly.
Going with Rehband
...or some of Mark Bells