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    Hi
    This is after few corrections Please
    Feel free to let me know what you think feels strong an stable i cant wait to push big weights

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    Please let me know if im using the hip drive

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    All but #4 looked like good hip drive. I think your toes may be out too much.

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    Many thanks Mark you are absolute legend
    Please tell me how these two sets look.

    Also beside not focusing on hip drive out of the bottom and toes being slightly more out that usual(more than 15/30 degrees) are these squats good to go?

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    Hips are very good here. I'm not seeing much knee movement, which makes me think you might be leaving out some quad by squatting with shins too vertical. Change the angle of the video.

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    You are absolutely right i was on my heels my shins where vertical.

    Here is my old 1x5 335lb 152.5kg i have corrected a few things also focused on hips on the way out of bottom also setting knees foward and sitting between knees and back Same time

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