Anyone care to explain the correct form for this exercise?
Dave Tate has a pic of a rather extremely rounded back with head down in his article at www.t-mag.com/nation_articles/265eight.jsp.
And Coach Davies has a pic of a straight upper back, natural arched lower back with head up in his article at www.t-mag.com/articles/182squat2.html.
I've done the Davies' style for two workouts and they certainly hit my ass in a different way than my standard fare of RDLs and squats. Should I continue with this or is there some benefit to Tate's style?