Test your #squat form with the goblet squat! Are your heels down? Chest up, back flat? I see a lot of turtle backs (swipe right to see what I mean) in the bottom position of a goblet squat, and this raises red flags 🚩. There may be mobility deficiencies in the ankles, hips, hamstrings or thoracic spine, or there could be weakness in the spinal erectors.
Do not add weighted squats to your workout routine until you fix your mobility and can squat with proper form, or you'll wind up amplifying your movement issue and creating an environment ripe for injury. Find a #Strongfirst instructor or #FMS certified professional who can help! 🙋🏼
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