Thank you all for your comments.
If I break with my hips first, won't it cause my upper body to lean more forward? Personally I have a safer feeling with a more upright torso.
And I'd much rather face the other way; however, the mirrors are behind the rack - for some reason. I just like to see myself when I lift.
I started wearing oly shoes when I noticed that my heels were slightly taking off when squatting, but these ones only have a 1cm drop. With regard to the belt position, this is what seems to feel the most natural. Would you suggest changing it?
Gonna work on my breathing and on my depth, but going deeper somehow feels uncomfortable on my lower back. Any ideas what might be causing this?
My training is a variation of 5/3/1 most of the time, usually combined with joker sets (the video above was a joker set after the 3+ set) or FSL sets, and assistance work. Last year I also tried CT's Powerlook program but it caused me to get CNS fatigue, so I'm back to 5/3/1.