Before telling my story, here are some lifting stats of mine :
Best deadlift : 455x1
Best box squat to parallel : 385x1
Best good morning (chest to thighs) : 315x3
Age : 20
Height : 5'11
Weight : floating from 226 to 232
%BF : 18 +
I don't think I have decent numbers, but I simply love lifting. As for my problem, I'm convinced that I have a muscular unbalance, I can't front squat properly. When I do, I go down ATG, start moving up correctly, but mid-way through the movement, my back slows down while my legs continue to lift in a constant speed.
When I lock out my knees, my back is about 20 degrees inclined forward and I do a sort of a front squat good morning to finish the rep.
This is very annoying, I sometimes have mid back pain and it discourages me from front squatting.
I'm convinced that this is caused by my backsquat style (powerlifting style), where I primarily use my back and glutes to push the weight.
So yeah, anyway to correct this??