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I recently did an overhead squat assessment on an 11 yr old child. His heels came up and he had excessive forward body lean. I have him foam rolling his calves/soleus and then immediately stretching them. He is also doing the kneeling hip flexor stretch, abdominal stretch and proper side bends. I am trying to find exercises for an 11 yr old to do to strengthen his anterior tibialis, and erector spinae. I have heel raises and lying side hip abductors for his anterior tibialis and glutes. I want another AT exercise and one or two erector spinae exercises, other than any kind of deadlifting. Any help would be greatly appreciated.