Ok, as a coach I tell people it is always best to have a coach in person. It sounds like based on that link you posted you might be going that route. The second thing I tell people is always, always learn the goblet squat from Dan John–either youtube videos or his website or book, or in person. The goblet squat and the wall squat are two tools that will ALWAYS teach a safe method to squatting. It is impossible to do a wall slide squat without proper form (facing the wall, from about 3 inches away, NOT with your back against the wall). It might not be the most fine tuned powerlifting perfect form, but it is safe and proper, and very close to olympic lifting form. Perfect for athletes. Not as good as a personal coach, but damned better than anything else in the very beginning coming from an incorrect habit.[/quote]
Thank you. I will start working on learning the form for the goblet squat and the wall squat, then at the end of the season will get a coach to train me.