Question about squat physiology.
Assuming your form is ok on a given PR attempt,but the weight is too heavly and it’s a missed lift. Why is it that you don’t generally get stuck in bottom of your hole (for me that’s slightly below parralel), but instead I’m able to lift the weight out of the hole and then I get stuck inch or more out of the hole on my way up?
You’d think that if the weight was too heavy for me that I’d get stuck in the hole and unable to budge it, but that’s not the case. And I’m not using a bounce or momemtum to get out of the hole. I squat under tension going down, and under control I can get out of the hole but then after an inch or more I miss the lift.
There must be some anatomical, or sports science explanation. Thanks…