Something that helped me get to a deeper squat is something I believe Pavel came up with (and Dan John likes to teach) called prying.
Typically before squatting and after I warmup up little bit with some body weight squats, I find something in the power rack to hold onto. I then allow myself to descend into the deepest squat I can get into. Don’t hold on too much. You’re just holding on just enough to help balance. Your squat should look natural as you descend.
Once in the bottom position is where you start to “pry.” Think of it as prying your hips open to create space as Dan John says. Shift your hips back and forth, use your elbows to open up your knees, try to force your lower back arch, etc.
If you’re doing it right, you should feel yourself stretching the necessary muscles and opening up those joints that need mobility for a deep squat. Do it during the day as well when you’re not training and I guarantee you’ll have a better looking deep squat in a week or two.
Okay great stuff i jus tried that out and i def feel the stretch in that thanks! Ill start doing it every day and hope to get good results