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Old 05-01-2011, 12:03 AM   #19
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a lot depends on how you squat. if you squat with your toes in and use a medium-wide stance with a lot of push back (like raw squat or poly suit squat) I usually say take the bar lower...it keeps it in line with your hips especially as you push back more and arch harder as you go foward.....if you squat like you are in a cavas suit (sit back) or you have your toes out you want it a little higher because you are sitting back and you again want the bar in a line with your arch.
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