*Quick Lower Body Training Tip*
Don't confuse this tip with leaning forward.
You should indeed be leaning forward at the bottom of your squats, lunges, and step ups. The angle of forward lean will depend on exercise variation, relative femur length, ankle mobility, shoe wear, relative quad strength, load, and fatigue.
However, whatever torso angle you have at the bottom of the movement, that's the angle that should stick for the first half of the rising phase.
Don't shoot your hips up and horizontalize your torso as you rise out of the hole and turn your lifts into good morning hybrids.
Make sure the knees and hips extend at similar rates to prevent this from occurring. Keep the back angle solid and your performance will benefit.
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