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Old 12-03-2013, 06:36 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Squatter View Post
Good idea to keep resistance at a moderate level to work on the form - 1 cue at a time. Think of the cues, such as spreading the floor with knees, tightness, etc, after you unrack. Do not think of the weight at this point.

Glad you are getting some squatting shoes! Which ones did you or are you ordering? Proper footwear is so often overlooked, especially in commercial gyms.
I'm thinking of getting these.

http://www.footlocker.com/product/mo...oogle-_-456300


Not the top of the line, but I think they'll do the trick.

Thanks again for the advice. I've been reading some articles that break down the squat. Very informative. This sport is quite a bit more skill than people think.
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