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Old 11-11-2013, 11:04 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by afraziaaaa View Post
Check this video by Paul Carter for the best (in my opinion) grip method. Fixing your low bar squat - YouTube
Seconded. Rip's method is how I tried to learn squatting when I started lifting. Didn't like it at all, so switched to high bar (Rip's PoV on that be damned ) and continued that way happily for some months.

Then, one day, I decided to try low bar again, in case I was missing out on some gainz (lol, but it turned out that yes, I probably was), and hurt myself trying the same old technique as before. :/

Then I discovered Paul Carter's advice, and have done them that way ever since, without injury or even pain.

Mind you, I'm still a bit of a n00b. But hey, thought this might still be relevant.
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