🔥 HOW TO DANGEROUS IS BUTTWINK ON GUIDE
✅ Buttwink occurs when your hips run out of space and your pelvis rolls back to make space. A lot of people are told that you want to avoid buttwink at all cost when squatting, but it is inevitable when you squat deep.
HOW TO DANGEROUS IS BUTTWINK ON GUIDE✅ Buttwink depends on how your neutral your back is. If your back is overly flexed at the bottom of your squat, it can be very dangerous on your spine. However, if your spine is neutral when buttwink occurs, it is completely fine!
🚨 There are two things to remember about the bar placement and feet pressure during your squat.
1. The bar should be over the center of your feet throughout the entire lift.
This helps you keep your balance and utilize your quads more.
I recommend filming yourself from the side to see where it is currently at.
2. The pressure at the feet should be evenly distributed.
A tip I like to use is the “tripod.” You want to basically create a tripod with your feet (a very stable stance) by driving your heels and pressing down with your big toe and small toe simultaneously.