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Old 06-01-2010, 05:04 PM   #4
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Check your form in front of a mirror. When Squatting heavy, sometimes your form will falter and your body will shift more of the weight onto your dominant leg. When you put yourself under a heavy weight, your body doesn't understand form; it only knows it has to get that weight up however it can or it will be crushed. Thus, it will play to its strengths.

I had a similar problem when I started Squatting. Would shift the weight to my left leg by accident. Took a few weeks to get the form right again.
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