Maazer- If he squatting with a high bar those cues are perfect l, with a low bar it cause some issue depending one his leverages.
Flip- Some one at your level or mine switching a stance can be very beneficial especially if it means a form that is less advantageous and will strengthen his weaknesses. How ever at his level he has no idea what squat oa best and is very inefficient because he is constantly changing the movement. Me and you have been at this long enough that if we switch our stance weekly we ould easily come back to familiar movement patterns and be golden maybe even better off. The OP on the other hand not so much . Just my opinion. He needs to figure out in general how to squat for his body and then after its familiar then sure add in different stances and form.[/quote]
That’s a good way to look at it, I’m pretty sure I agree with all of that. My main point was that he needs to eat more, anyway.
What would you suggest his ‘standard’ squat should be then? Do you think he should just pick one and run with it, or do you believe a particular squat width is best for most novices?[/quote]