Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Roca, Feb 9, 2006.
help me out
way to fucking make me tilt my head to watch it. from what i can tell your stance is too much like a penguin. keep your feet parallel
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i get the message error too..click it a few times and it works..yea sorry about it being sideways -_-
i dont really know what PROPER form is but i always keep my toes pointing straight forwards like this | | and you have yours like this \ /
However, I don't know if that matters. Other than that you seem to do fine, you go parallel and a little below. And it doesn't look like you waver to much on the way up.
toe placement doesnt matter newbs. you have good depth and for olympic style squats those are pretty good
only thing I could see that didn't look damn near perfect would be you might try looking up a little more. Straight ahead is right, but I find that at the bottom of my rep if I'm looking up it helps keep my body in the correct possition when I'm struggeling. Pic a point in the mirror and watch that point thourgh the entire motion. it's worth a try anyway.
Vid doesn't work for me.
i keep my toes slightly out.
Feet pointed out is normal in an high bar Olympic squat. Your form looks pretty good, although it looks like you might be forcing depth a little bit and losing your arch in the process. It's tough to tell by the video though, just something to think about.
Thanks for advices. My weak abs might be the problem when I get down and My feet pointed out is comfortable for me.
You have the same issue as me at depth. You need to stretch your hip flexors so that your arch doesn't get pulled in at the bottom.
Do you get lower back pain after squatting?