Do you have any postural issues, muscle imbalances, etc. that are affecting your squat? You should be able to squat significantly more. How are your hip mobility, core strength, and glute recruitment? If you’re like a lot of people and spend a good amount of time sitting, all of those things might be issues for you.
Do you have any squat videos? I might be able to assess what’s going on with your squat if you posted a video of a near-maximal attempt (especially from a side view). Since you’re benching twice your bodyweight and deadlifting three times your bodyweight, I’d be inclined to think that there is some form issue or muscular imbalance that’s keeping you back in the squat.
Hi i don’t know about any postural issues i’ve.
I think it’s related to some mistakes i did in my training a couple of years ago.
4 years ago i was training my squat (but back than i didn’t knew i must break parallel and i was missing the last 15cm depth (back than i was able to half squat 100kgs for 20 reps at 68kgs bw) than i stopped doing squat between jan 2006 and sep 2008.
Only at Jan,2008 i was back to deadlift and start to specialize it until now.
So my weak point at the moment is the last 15cm at squat and i’m working on it.
i will shoot and post a video of my squat in a week or two.
Thanks for your kind will to help me.
I will need it soon.
I’ll keep an eye out for your squat video.
Some things to keep in mind - if you sit a lot, you might be lacking hip mobility, and this could be forcing unwanted spinal motion.
If your core strength isn’t up to par you’d probably experience some rounding. Since you deadlift 210kg, I’d assume that this isn’t a problem, though I can’t be sure without seeing obviously. A lot of guys seem to have the problems I described above, though.