I need some advice for my squat. My problem is the amount of forward lean in my squat. I am 6'2", have long legs relative to my upper body and am squatting low bar. So given this factors I think it isn't unusual to have forward lean. However what is bothering me is that I do not have the same amount of forward lean in eccentric and concentric movement of the squat.
My hips rise up early after coming up out of the hole (pretty much at or slightly above parallel I think [meaning the time my hips are rising not my squat depth]), then I adjust my back (trying to maintan stable position) and then finish the squat simultaneously with back and legs.
Experience has shown that this occurs even more in high rep sets (unfortunately I am talking about 5+ rep sets here). The weight isn't making that much of a difference, meaning this happens with lighter weights and with heavy weights.
So to sum up: I use my lower back to much when squatting and I need tips that would help me to maintan a good position during the whole squat.
Thanks in advance and I hope you can understand my problem, it isn't that easy to express it in english!