The more I've been thinking about it I'm coming to think my form isn't as good as I thought it was. It's not bad by all means at all, I just think it has room for imporvement. I found this out when I was "mock squating" in my room and couldn't keep balance with no weights. I keep falling back (haha, it was funny). But, I'm wondering what I can do to practice form. I'm thinking I bend my back in too much maybe.
I've seen many people doing this, does this help: you take a ball and line it up with the wall. Then put it just below the shoulders and squat with the ball there. I think people have their legs parallel to their upper body so they make like a sitting motion with a 90-degree angle.
I've also noticed something else (I don't know if it's wrong or not). But last time I squatted I would be going down but I would let the weight just drop and then explode at the last minute to toss it up. Like, I wasn't resisting the bar down at all. I realized this when one time it hit the safety bars. Do people take the bar down slowly and let it hit their quads really hard or do not resist the weight but explode up at the bottom?
I think squats are my best asset by far. My legs are my strongest muscle group and I want to take advantage of this.