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Old 10-21-2013, 09:46 AM   #412
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Originally Posted by bigalfry View Post
Posting this from my phone - hopefully the video posts OK.

Recently strained my back which made me re evaluate my squat and deadlift form. I went super light and am focusing on my form as I slowly increase the weight.

Here's a side view of my squats. deadlift video to follow.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obMFfOHUX6c

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Your lower back is round and you are falling forward as you try to reach depth. The bar is not staying over the middle of your toes.

To me it looks like your knee alignment is inside your foot alignment, but it's hard to tell form that angle. This could be a major contributing factor. Knees have to be out on wide stance squats.

Honestly I would bring your stance in some and work on depth and staying upright, then move it out if needed.

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