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Old 01-11-2014, 06:57 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Ramrod View Post
Shoulder Dislocations help big time with Low Bar...

Do more Front Squats... many times the forward lean is from a Weak back. Front Squats force you to stay tight. Also Goblet Squats are good too.
I always thought I actually have a pretty strong back, but have recently started regularly doing safety bar squats.

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Send me a video and I'll help. Might be something you are missing.
I'll try to get a set filmed next time
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