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Old 01-03-2013, 01:25 PM   #1184
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Good to see you back at it.

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Originally Posted by markievicz View Post
How do you find your form with the power perfect II's?
Thought I'd answer here to make it easier for you to find.

I've only just gotten back into squatting with the oly shoes, all my best lifts are in flat bottom wrestling boots. I stopped using them as with heavier weight I found myself getting forward with my knees coming forward/in and weight on my toes which started to wear on my knees.

Since then I've changed quite a lot about my squat and with the injury limiting numbers anyway I thought I'd give them another run. So far, I really like squatting in them, they just take some adjustment. Form feels solid this time, relatively upright back, especially for low bar and knees out comfortably. I'm interested to see if I still feel the same when I get back up to 1-3RM range.

So, to sum up that rambling, I think they are a benefit but I'll confirm in about 4-6 months .
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