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    Low Bar Squat Form Check!

    Been thinking about switching to low bar for my heavier sets, I think I got the general idea down, but just in case I recorded three separate angles at the same time.

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    You broke at the hips well before the knees on the descent leading to excessive forward lean. Look at your torso angle after you complete the rep vs. after your walk out. It should be the same.
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    Originally Posted by TolerantLactose View Post
    You broke at the hips well before the knees on the descent leading to excessive forward lean. Look at your torso angle after you complete the rep vs. after your walk out. It should be the same.
    I can see that now, so should I keep my back straight or have a slight tilt forward? ...I see a lot of people with low bar squat form having a slight tilt forward.
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