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I have this thing with my right leg being 0.5 longer than the left. It almost looks like my right hip bone is sitting higher than the left. However, this is causing problems with my squatting form.
Whenever I go for a PR, my hips start to shift out to the right on the last reps of the set. My right knee also looks like it is sitting higher when I'm at the bottom of the squat. Pretty hard to explain, but it feels like my right leg is doing more work.
I also got a problem of doing a good morning out of the bottom when I go for PR's. I use a low bar setup and the form is usually corrected on the second and third set where I for some reason seem to have better form (I drop the weight 5 lbs or so sometimes). I always do one or two warm up sets but maybe that's not enough? Is my core to weak? I feel like my legs aren't doing enough work when squatting. More sore in upper and lower back afterwards. Time for serious hip mobility work and deloading with form correction to more upright chest?
Did RDL's and could only go to rep 7 of 10 before my grip gave out. Had lots of energy left but couldn't hold the bar. Static holds are my best bet? I should go as heavy as I can possibly hold but for how long should I hold it at each set?
Have you seen a chiropractor yet? You might just need lifts in your shoes. Some of us are just born a little "off".