Low weight... not really
Low weight... not really demonstrating strength just mobility if anything...
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There can never be enough negative replies to the blanket statement in jasonking44's comment. However, not everyone can squat like this, and those who cannot will know because they'll always fall over or drop the weight when approaching their limit ROM. So anyone who squats like this should do so carefully, but definitely don't be afraid of bigger weights.
It all has to do with your hip mobility as well as pelvic control. If you can squat ATG without your lumbar spine tucking under, you are set for squatting heavy weights safely. Every strength coach will explain how with pelvic control and hip mobility, the deeper the squat, the healthier it is on the lower body as a whole, going through the full ROM
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How about olmpic lifters?
Will you put front squats into your program in the near future? Have your thoughts on the lift changed? I just started doing them again and they felt good.
If you did a 3 day full body workout with an A and B day, and did the deadlift on only one of those days, wouldn't your deadlift eventually fall behind your other lifts because you're not progressing on it as frequently? Or would you just be able to progress on it longer without stalling because you're not doing it as much as the other lifts?
Most legitimate bodybuilders would have something to say about you dismissing them as athletes. That being said, I agree with you on low box squats. They're better for developing overall strength.
Great box, Squat.