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Old 02-19-2013, 09:30 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Greu View Post
Next time I squat, Thursday, I will film my form from different angles and post it on the forums for criticism. That way maybe I spot or someone spots any problems with my form.
That would be a good idea. I know that I've spent a ton of time on my form, trying to find something that lets me move the most weight while also keeping me from having any pain. As for the butt wink, I do think it's ok, especially for olympic lifters like the one if the video Secondsout posted. I consider myself a powerlifter, so I like to go right to parallel. If anyone's butt winks at or above parallel, then it's an indicator of either a mobility issue, a form issue, or some combination thereof. If you prefer to go super deep in your squats, then a butt wink is almost inevitable.
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