I do squats often and have been doing them for a while now. I used to drop down right to parallel and back up. I recently decided to go just below parallel (about 3 inches difference)because NOTHING works better for legs IMO.
The problem occurs during my last rep. When I rise out of the hole I sway to my left side. I sway far to my left. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? When I do this, the set is over. I always listen to my body. When I do front squats (oly style) or overhead squats I usually stay on track; this only happens on back squats. I stretch for a long time before I even get under the bar, and then proceed to do 5 or so warm-up sets. I have experimented with all kinds of foot positions, etc.
Often, but not as often, I find my back rounding on squats. This may be due to the fact that I have tight hips and a long torso. Is there a way to fix the rounding problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated.