@Pinkylifting @FlatsFarmer and @chris_ottawa was wondering why there’s like 20 replies on my log lol
Squatted high bar exclusively when I began lifting. Late transition into hybrid bar and been there ever since. Didn’t like feeling my back get loaded up with a more inclined torso so always erred on the side of as upright as possible.
I have slightly more torso lean nowadays which better keeps the bar over midfoot but still not comfy loading up my back. With time I’ve found leg/quad strength to be the limiting factor. Nice and simple I like that. Bigger stronger quads will up my squat.
My current stance is only a few months old having gone slightly narrower and turned my toes in from my previous stance. At that time I was just playing around to see if anything felt good because everything was all over the place
What I liked initially was that it restricted my depth vs previous. With my previous stance I needed to go deep to catch the nice bounce out the bottom. And now it’s just about at parallel
I dunno if it’s my current’s my best stance or not but: I’ve hit my best numbers with it.
Have tried slightly wider but it wasn’t as good. That’s no guarantee that nowadays armed with my new cues it wouldn’t be successful.
If there are technique changes to be made. The transition phase (volume but in the comp lifts) would be a good time to try, train and perfect stuff.