Here are two more.
Second set (Sorry I did not film the first today)
I moved the camera on the failure set since I saw it sucked on the second set.
Anyways, these were taken before I checked this thread for the advice. Part of the 2 walkout I was doing was because the squat rack I use at my homeowners club sucks and the way its angled is weird and my left side of the plates hit a few times in past workouts, one of which caused me to fall and almost dislocate my left knee if the rack had not caught the barbell. Hence I was doing a two step walkout out of fear. Should I try just taking a bigger step in my walkout? Unfortunately, I am living with my parents and my dad won't sign me up for a better fitness place. I will be back at college in the fall semester so this terrible gym is just temporary.
Luckly, the place is lenient with rules and lets me use chalk as long as I clean up.
Also, my failure reps looked high to me. Should I go ahead and increase on Saturday's workout (Thursday is deadlift day in Greyskull LP) and just try to get deeper?
Tightening up is something else I have been working on. I watch a lot of Chris Duffin's squat videos.
Thanks for the all of the advice. I will try not to have as bad of an arch. Try as much as I can, I have never felt this stretch reflex that is talked about in SS a lot.