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Old 10-04-2013, 03:59 AM   #10
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Nice meet. I will add one thing. You need back work to get stronger in your squat. Your legs can handle what you are squatting now, but your hips are shooting up first and your chest dipping at the same time. The paused SSB squats will help with this because you have to fight the bar as it is pulling you forward, but I would add more assistance for the lumbar/thoracic erectors. I have found that heavy arched back good mornings and heavy low rows do the trick for me.

Keeping your back straight will help keep your hips under the bar and allow you to drive into the bar with more force on the ascent.
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