Good deal, Dovez.
Why don't you link us to that article also, when you get the chance.
One quick thing I would say is this may be a case where you'd want to stretch it out BEFORE you lift. Normally stretching before lifing, especially of the main players, would be a no-no, but loosening up in advance could help.
Dynamic stretching would be good idea in that case. It's hard to do that with the ankles and calves. But something you can do prior to squatting is place your toes up on something maybe 3 or 4 inches high and basically do calf raises where you bounce up and down. When I say bounce I mean in a controlled way not in a high impact ballistic way. Just lightly at first and then harder once you liberate more ROM. That could help some when you go to squat. Then afterwards do static stretches. If the dynamic stretches seem too painful or anything then it would still be a case where you could go ahead and do static stretches before and after. Many people might advocate that you stretch them out in between sets also.
I can't make heads or tales of what some of those people in that thread are saying
. That need to take the time to write clear english, lol. What the heck is "stoking fires of concepts"?
I know that article (I read over it) talkings about flexibility vs. mobility and if it is a case of bad mobility you need to "clear" the joint. I have no idea what that means or how one would go about it.
It mentioned three people who are very good, though. Bill Hartman, Mike Robertson and Eric Cressey. Well Eric was only mentioned indirectly that I saw but he was co-author of Magnificent Mobility with Robertson.