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To simplify matters let us ignore the weight of the body. In this case the barbell must be placed directly over the pressure point of the groundforces on the foot. The groundforces are in fact distributed over the feet with varying pressure (red: high pressure): However in a mechanical analysis these distributed forces may be replaced by a single force ...


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Coaches and most anyone is not an expert on biomechanics. No one has to be a master at biomechanics and no one you meet will be. Coaches were telling athletes for decades not to track the knees past the toes in the squat and they were ruining their own athletes this way. You should be training with different foot positions and with different exercises as ...


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