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Old 09-18-2012, 10:45 PM   #316
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Originally Posted by big_swede View Post
I worked through the same thing with forward lean about a year ago. Got me beat up pretty bad from not correcting it but instead just adding weight to thr bar.

My suggestion is to put your ego aside, and when you think or calculate your squat-max, think of a weight that you can do without breaking your form. Good luck bud!
Thanks for taking the time to offer some advice Big Swede. I personally consider my squat to be a weak link in my strength training and put a lot of pressure on myself to get it up. I think maybe backing off a bit is going to be a wise decision.
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