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Old 05-03-2013, 01:06 PM   #265
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Squat looks better, I don't see your knees coming in, or folding over. It is however a lighter weight. When it gets heavy is when form starts to break down. But practice makes perfect. Your pull, again, not bad. I would just work on keeping your hips down at the beginning, yours are coming up first thing. Think about squatting the weigh up, and as in the squat arch hard and stay tight. Hope this helps.
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