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When I'm doing squats my knees go forward further than my toes. This is not necessarily an issue. It may be due to your individual leverages, how wide your squat stance is, and whether you you can hit appropriate depth that way. Also when I'm standing up I tend to move weight more towards my toes. This is the part that I would concern myself ...


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I transfer a lot of weight to the toes while moving up My fix for this is to concentrate on pushing through my heels. If there are no physiological barriers then this should be enough. One way I help concentrate on pushing through my heels is to pick up my big toes and keep them elevated for the entire set. I stand and squat normally, but my big toes ...


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A lot of people have this problem, and it's usually caused by short tendons on the back of your ankle. I forget the name... Achilles? Anyway, there are plently of things you can try in order to fix this, and yes, the weight is supposed to drive into the ground through your heels. Method 1 One way, is to elevate your heels, by placing them on top of ...


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I have a torn medial meniscus in my left knee so was always terrified by squats. However after 2 years of doing squats now below parallel and working on form, I can say that not only have I not had knee pain after squats, but my legs actually feel alot stronger. I have a fast synopsis of how to avoid knee pain after squats here.


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You should absolutely be doing some compound exercises for legs and lower back in order to improve posture. A 5-degree bend at the knees isn't going to empower a straight spine and a strong back, which are the primary facilitators of good posture. Squats and deadlifts are our saviors here. For even more engagement, you might even want to try some olympic ...



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