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Old 03-16-2011, 09:26 PM   #5
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Thanks for the replies , the only video I have was back in 2000 in a meet at York Barbell but have really never had anyone critique me since I train alone. I have the classic long femurs and can find when I narrow my stance I actually can handle more weight. I had a bout with pnemonia over Jan and part of Feb so it's really zapped my strength so today I went in and tried 5 sets of 5 on back squats with only 275 and my form was horrific and struggled a great deal. So after that I decided to try front squats for higher reps after that and was pleased to go up to 215 for 8 on my last set while staying upright especially since I haven't done those in at least a few years. Anyway just wondering if it's worth taking some time off on the back squat and focusing on the front. Thanks again.
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