T Nation

Squat-Form Check


#1

Just wanted to check my form on a heavy set, since I know that form tends to break on heavier weights.
So thank's everyone in advance and sorry for the quality of the video.


#2

Hard to tell from that angle but I don’t think any of those were to depth. Sorry to sound like a depth nazi but I’d rather be told in training than red lighted on the platform.


#3

Thank’s for the quick response.
Maybe it’s the angle maybe it’s not, I’ll try to go deeper next time.


#4

Upload it to YouTube so I can see it


#5

#6

[quote]tylerkeen42 wrote:
Hard to tell from that angle but I don’t think any of those were to depth. Sorry to sound like a depth nazi but I’d rather be told in training than red lighted on the platform.[/quote]

I agree. Not a great angle for judging depth but they do look high. Get a video from the side to be certain.


#7

[quote]thehooliganmel wrote:

[quote]tylerkeen42 wrote:
Hard to tell from that angle but I don’t think any of those were to depth. Sorry to sound like a depth nazi but I’d rather be told in training than red lighted on the platform.[/quote]

I agree. Not a great angle for judging depth but they do look high. Get a video from the side to be certain. [/quote]

Tried to capture it from a different angle I hope it’s good.
There isn’t a lot of room to play with around the squat rack.


#8

keep elbows more under the bar and keep your chest up


#9

[quote]fat_powerlifter wrote:
keep elbows more under the bar and keep your chest up[/quote]

What about the depth was it ok this time?
I see what you mean about the elbows, was it also a problem on the other video or just on this one?


#10

That angle is worse then the previous one. Get you camera low to depth so you can see