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    Update on my knee doing squats

    I tried doing some squats with lite weight(about 60lbs) and all went well. I did 3 sets of 60lbs 15 reps each.
    I wont go any higher untill I get a squat rack. Or Ill keep doing the same weight until I et a rack. But it did feel good. I kept my head up and my back straight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grtrat1 View Post
    I kept my head up and my back straight.
    ... and at least went to parallel.

    right?
    Sarvamangalam!

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    Ooops yes.. I kept my knees about shoulder width as well.
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    that's a start...perfect your form then increase your weight.

    form > big weight



    EDIT: I have fair form and move pussy weight.
    Last edited by Cirino83; 12-11-2007 at 11:13 AM.

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