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Old 12-21-2012, 10:13 PM   #59
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Nice work.

Just one tip...you're squats are stopping pretty high and that's going to take it's toll on the knees.

Have you ever tried to squat with a more conventional stance? That might help you hit depth.

Your 135s were deep. Try and keep that depth consistent if you stay wide.
I thought I was hitting depth. It could be the camera angle...it was on the floor looking up.

Yes I have tried conventional. Not sure why I started with a wider stance.....other than it seemed easier to open up the hips....saw the form on You Tube watching Derek Poundstone.

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