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Originally Posted by BendtheBar
I see guys moving their hips back before they initiate the squat, and leaning more forward. 9 times out of 10 then end up with a more good-morning style squat because of it.
Who are people picking this up from? I see it far too frequently for it to be random.
Here is an example. It's a mild one. Many are much more exaggerated with greater forward lean.
225 squat with green bands for 3 @145bw - YouTube
and all the geared lifters alike who can't raw squat for $hit who advocate breaking out their hips so they can dunk into there suit and let the suit do the whole negative phase.