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    I like to get a check on my squat..

    https://streamable.com/26pam9

    My elbows felt lower during the movement but they look high.

    What I did differently from my last post narrow my stance and push my knees out and I did my best to not round my upper back.

    https://streamable.com/j71m9j

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    Grip is too wide, elbows too high, all the standard shit. Depth is good.

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    look up the videos on squat grip on the website. your elbows will not be happy when you squat a serious weight with this grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Grip is too wide, elbows too high, all the standard shit. Depth is good.
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    look up the videos on squat grip on the website. your elbows will not be happy when you squat a serious weight with this grip.
    Agreed. Thanks for the reference to the squat grip videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    look up the videos on squat grip on the website. your elbows will not be happy when you squat a serious weight with this grip.
    Those were great help. Thanks.

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    You want to use your hands and elbow position as a vice and screw the bar tightly to your back. When you get it right, it will no longer feel like the bar is sitting somewhere on your shoulders, but like you have loaded your skeleton. It takes a while to get it right, but the proper position is unmistakable.

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