Feet Shoulder width apart, toes slightly turned out.
Bar Rests on Clavicle and Deltoids
For people with restricted Shoulder mobility, arms are crossed and hands
rest on top of bar.
All lifters should work to improve their shoulder mobility to allow a
high elbows, palms up grip on bar (close up picture)
NOTE – For both grips ensure that the thumb wraps around the bar to control bar position.
Squat the torso down between the legs. There are number of ranges of
depth, but as a rule it is considered a FULL SQUAT when the calf is
covered by the hamstring.
Ensure that the Chest stays up, Elbows stay as high as possible while
maintaining an upright body posture, and Knees are actively pushed out
at the bottom of the range and as the ascent begins.
As the Upper back will tire before the legs, generally restrict the
number of reps per set to no more than 6.