|02-03-2012, 01:16 PM||#5|
| iron_worker |
Rank: Light Heavyweight
Experience: 5-7 Years
It looks pretty good overall. Back is staying in a nice arch, looks like the knees are tracking over the feet (not buckling in or bowing out), chest is up, etc.
I would suggest trying to be a bit more solid on your set up. You were really wobbling around there during set up.
At the bottom of your first rep your knees shot out forward and you sort of lost your balance a bit. A bit more control is needed there.
With an inch or two more depth you would be below parallel which I think is better to use full range of motion.
At the top of your squat you really are snapping your knees back into full lock. I would be careful with that... it looks hard on the joint.
Good work. Keep working at it.
|02-12-2012, 10:51 AM||#6|
| yuris |
Join Date: Jan 2011
It's not bad, but you shouldn't finish with you knees locked, it's bad.
Just let your knees a bit bent when you finish going up.
Put your feet at same width as your shoulders and point them forward, if you wan't to work the outside of your leg and top.
If you wan't to work inside your leg open them a bit widther than the shoulders