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Old 02-14-2009, 03:46 PM   #3
Robert Callahan
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Strong effort. Stance for the Low bar definitely needs to be wider. Maybe an inch or two out for each foot. And the toes need to be pointed out more so you can really shove those knees out and get the adductors involved. Other than that though they look pretty solid.

Tell your spotter friend to get out of there though. If you fail you have the safety bars in the rack. The last thing you need on a heavy squat is some guys hands on you distracting you from driving the weight on your shoulders. And worse case scenario you come close to failing, he helps you, and then you never know if you could have done it yourself.
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