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Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 1565
Box squats slowly going up. Still very light weight.
Focusing on correct form, controlled reps and to not buttwink. Using Westside style wide stance for developing glutes and hamstrings. How does it look?
Maybe too low box? (it's just past parallel. I can't perform a normal squat to parallel without rounding lower back.
I'm using the technique from this video:
Her shins are def past vertical. My box isn't as big (deep) as her, so in order to mimic her form I have to put it further back. But yeah, there's no way I could sit that far back without the box without falling back. I don't think she can do it either.
Since I'm buttwinking when doing regular squat, I don't get proper activation in hamstrings and glutes. I can't do a single glute-ham raise. I chose the westside box squat for building strength in the posterior chain.
I'm a bit lost tbh. I just want to be able to squat to parallel. How do think I shall change my box squat?
My problems are: arching excessively out of hole, lower back rounding, knees come way forward as soon as I start going heavy.
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