I’ve read all of your articles on T-Mag and they’re great. Please, keep on writing them!
My question has to do with flexibility for the squat. I saw the picture of Rachel Bello on your site, which basically puts paid to my theory that tall people can’t squat. I’m a 6’2" guy and I cannot go that deep.
My question is this: If it’s a matter of hamstring flexibility, how come I don’t feel the hamstrings tighten up when I do squat down. If I keep the arch tight in my back I just stop above parallel; I can’t go any lower with releasing the arch or falling back on my ass.
Any tips? BTW, I tried the overhead press squat test for flexibility and I’m absolutely dire in that. But it’s the same problem, I don’t feel where it’s tight, I just can’t pull myself down any further.
Thanks, and keep up the good work.