My Ass-to-the-grass Squats have perfect form for all but the last 2-3 reps.
Nothing big, my torso is still aligned perfectly and I have great core stability. However, I noticed my thighs tend to come closer together (adduct? abduct?).
Now, my common sense tells me there probably is a week link in my legs which is causing my legs to come close together in order to pull the weight up and finish up the last reps. Much like the scenario where your torso leans forward in the last few reps due to imbalance in the core and/or leg muscles.
Can anyone shine some light on what could be the nature of this specific imbalance, if it is such?
If it makes a difference, my feet are 1.5 feet apart, toes slightly pointing out. I also notice the a?duction in the lower part of the movement when exploding up (below 90 degrees).
My inclination is to believe my body is attempting to shift some of the load from the Quads to the Hams/Glutes, but I havent looked into it too deeply.