I'm Ashley Mitchell, and this is high bar squat and hip flexor pain. More often times than not when you're doing a squat and you start to experience pain it's because your form is a little off. You want to make sure your prime movers are the ones actually doing the main source of movement and synergistic dominance is not occurring. So lets make sure we have that form exactly where it needs to be. A great high bar sumo squat positioning would be to have your feet and knees a little bit wider than shoulder width apart making sure your knees do not exceed your foot. So take it as low as you can before pushing off from your heels maintaining proper alignment up right to with the upper body and tight with the abs making sure that your pelvis isn't getting tucked in when you take it up to contract your glutes which is the main source of hip flexor pain. So just go ahead and try a few and look especially at my hip section. So go ahead and do 3 to 4 sets 12 to 15 reps about 2 or 3 times a week and really focus on you form especially that pelvic movement.