A few days later, hopefully someone reads this.
Now I'm not too sure about this program, my form is god awful in this following video because I can't seem to squat back at all. This video was from yesterday - it's just me goofing around with higher rep squats during the last days of Westside.
Here's an older video, done on a real RE day. Form doesn't seem too bad until the very end, then again it was 25 reps of 155 without much pause breathing.
Here's an even older video that shows me squatting 300
The most i've done since then was 2 singles of 315, but as far as recording goes,that above is the best I have on video.
There IS a certain trend in these videos besides the fact that I'm having trouble squatting back - it's that I have very little leg power. It seems my legs are too weak so I have to good morning my way out of sticking points, hence my form can never be that great. Anyone who has seen my deadlifting videos can note that I pull way too much with my lower back and not enough leg drive.
My mind is deadset on following 20 rep squats because it's a fun routine I've done before and I'm sick of being stuck at 203 lbs. If I start low enough on this routine, will that give me good enough practice to improve my form as a side effect?