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Old 04-08-2013, 01:19 AM   #10
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My squat form was horrendous when I started doing them. I simply did a ton of squats. Tons of reps and small weight jumps when warming up. And a ton, ton, ton of air squats and sitting in the hole. Just on free time, at night, between sets, all the time. That's what helped me iron out my form. I'm helping a dude I know who wants to get strong and big, I had him do a ton of air squats and started him on goblet squats, moving the weight up each week. His form is looking really good after a few weeks of goblet and air squats. So I guess what I'm getting at is up the squat volume to iron out your technique, and it'll eventually come naturally to you.
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