I've been working hard on getting up my rather weak squat, and it seems to be bearing fruit. At the moment I'm running the six-week Russian squat program again, which I've done in past years as a sort of boost to my training.
Today, I decided to film my squat from behind. I was shocked to see how crooked the bar lay on my delts and how much my right knee caves in. I'm thinking that these two problems are correlated (i.e., my poor right hip mobility means that my entire right side gets "less deep" in the hole, thus pushing my right shoulder up and my left shoulder down).
I've attached the video (a set of 5 at 130 kg) for you to check out.
What do you make of my problem? I've got to work on my hip mobility one way or another, but it'd be interesting to hear from those of you who have experienced this yourselves and/or the squat technique experts amongst you.
Thanks very much in advance!