Ok, so im failry knew to working out (less than 8 months) and im very new to squats and deadlifts (less than 2 months). The more i try and research weight lifting the more information i find talking about how beneficial squats are... however, also how dangerous they can be if you are doing them incorrectly.
My form on the squat is not good at all so for the last 2 months ive been using very low weight and just trying to improve my form. My biggest problem is i lean very far forward when squatting and bend too much at the hips. So im on my toes and leaning forward. Ive watched the Sensei Rx Squat video that talks about flexibility and i was wondering if someone could let me know which muscles are primarily the problem to leaning forward? Hams? Which stretches would be best?
So basically my question is, should i still attempt squatting without perfect form? If not, how can i get better at them?