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      AvatarEric Hibbs

      I recently have been recovering from chronic hip pain due to over extension of the low back on the squat, deadlift, etc.

       In remedying this, I have relearned my squat mechanics while maintaining a neutral spine.
       Heres the problem, on movements such as front squat, I maintain neutral spine and have no butt wink.
       The problem arises with back squat. As I set the hamstrings back to squat, I maintain a neutral spine. However, in the bottom position, my chest dips, I butt wink, and on the way up I reach into over extension. (despite my best efforts to create torque in the hip and belly tight) 
      Any thoughts, useful cues? Heres a short video of my last set today
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      Have you worked with a coach on rebuilding your squat technique?
      Start with air squats.
      What is your hip and ankle mobility like?
      Squat Quick Test: Is it Tight Ankles or Tight Hips? | Community Video

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