Want to get rid of the "kyphosis" ?
Take some weight off the bar.
Its much more pronounced in your singles vs. your triples.....
oh hey look ya got more on the bar for the singles.
And i may be off but i'd say your a good 5'10" or 6 ft yeah?
I once read an olympic blog where someone asked
"i'm 6 ft tall, 180lbs, what weight class should i shoot for to compete in?"
And the answer he got i remember most was "superheavyweight"
Cause that was right.
Most superheavyweights ain't much more that 6 feet.
Klokov is 6 feet and tall for a 105.....and looks alittle "kyphosis" when squatting heavy.
But hey screw that....you go for it.
"not made to front squat" screw that too. When you were 16 months old you front squatted all the time, like a mother.
I'm gonna guess again and say front squatting ain't hurting you any.
Just take some time, which you have, lower the weight (most of the time) and get the form right.
The chinese when starting out drill their young lifters with the bar alone for weeks before anything goes on it.
And get in the habit of being conscious of your posture everywhere OUTSIDE of the gym. Our society is built on slumping,....in front of the computer, in the car, texting etc with your phone, on the couch etc etc. If your posture sucks outside of the gym, please don't expect it to magically straighten up when you walk in the gym and max front squat. Won't happen.
Ain't never even heard of that till today.
And plan on forgetting it as soon as i hit submit.
roll your shoulders back,tighten your abs a bit and set your ass muscles and keep your head up not down. Thats how we evolved, with our head up so we could see whats coming,
"is that a deer or a fuckin tiger?".
Not down in the computer, the smartphone, or TV laying on the couch.
Your fine, just swallow pride and get the form right.