|09-22-2008, 09:37 AM||#11|
Re: Squat--Lumbar overextended?
I think you look great.
One piece of advice. Bring your hips forward when you finish the rep. Right now, your set up is such that you're leaning forward right off the bat.
By bringing your hips forward, you'll take some stress off your erectors when you're doing heavier sets. Which should mean you'll be more comfortable and get more reps without your butt coming up sooner when you're doing higher rep sets.
Hope that helps?
All the best,
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