Not a hater. I just think that high-bar is a lot less technically demanding for new lifters.
Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 1178
Been spreading around the net quite a bit the last couple days... Rippletits interviews Ed Coan. Hard to believe Ed is really that humble...
I didn't go through that video but why is it hard to believe Ed Coan is really humble? From all the stories I've heard/read, he really is that humble and a great ambassador of the sport.
Did you watch the video on low-bar squat barbell positon?
Thanks for the link. Yes, I understand how to put the bar in the correct position. However, my upper arms aren't flexible enough to remain in this position for more than one set, not without straining my muscles to the point where I can't press afterwards. My sedentary lifestyle for the last few years probably as something to do with it.
I think I'll continue to squat using the high-bar position. I haven't added weight yet as I was hoping to get the low-bar technique down before progressing. I certainly feel like I could squat more than the empty bar, my arms just suck.