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  • The Average Lifter
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    From what I see, your knees are moving forward almost throughout the entire descent. I'd suggest that you let your knees travel forward a bit more and set them in place at the start of the descent.

    If necessary continue experimenting with the stance width (only an inch each time). And perhaps start a little conservatively if pain persists and use RPE to auto-regulate.

    It all falls into place eventually

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  • High bar squat form check - bar path and left hip pain

    Link: https://youtu.be/A_c5SuHo_qY
    Weight: 67.5kg x 3 x 5
    Sets recorded: 1 and 3

    I was having difficulty keeping my lower back in extension so I recently switched to a wider stance.
    Now I'm experiencing left hip adductor+flexor pain and my bar path is over my toes.

    Any tips on how to maintain a more vertical bar path?

    Thanks guys!
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