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Old 01-16-2007, 09:56 PM   #2
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if the hips are pushed back way behind the feet, the torso will have to lean forward or the COG will not be over the base. to maintain an upright torso requires that the hips remain as near to the feet as possible.

if your knee doesn't bend more than 90dg, you're going to have trouble getting into a full-depth, upright squat--it can't be done. with your client, it;s more likely just a matter of the hips and knees being pushed too far back to allow the torso to remain upright.
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