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09/24/2013 at 10:10 pm #72847
Hey mike I am addressing a similar issue. I have found these cues help.
1. First movement should be to hip hinge and tilt torso forward a bit.
2. Drive knees out keeping butt on
3. As you continue lowering raise your torso and keep chest up.
Anyone else have better cues? I have to fight not to overextend. The key is to have tension in the hamstrings so they don’t go all wonky