1. What knee drift is 2. What a squat looks like without knee drift 3. Some of the different errors which can lead to knee drift...

How can you avoid knee drift during a squat?

One of the most common squat errors people make which they don’t realise they’re doing is knee drift. Watch the video below to learn about;

  • What knee drift is
  • What a squat looks like without knee drift
  • Some of the different errors which can lead to knee drift;
    • Squatting deep
    • Dive bombing your squats
    • Sitting hips too far back


This is a detailed video but if you’re knee drifting and not realising it, I’m confident this video will help improve your squat efficiency quite a lot.

Paul Attard
Paul Attard

Paul is the founder and head coach of SPC Performance Lab. Paul has been coaching since 2014 and has worked with all different types of people. From first timers learning the basics, all the way up to the experienced power-lifting competitors.

He tailors his approach depending on the needs, goals and experience of the individual. Paul has extensive theoretical and practical coaching experience.

- Masters of Sports & Exercise Science (Strength & Conditioning)
- Bachelor’s degree in Exercise & Sports Science with First Class Honours
- Competed and won multiple natural body-building shows & power-lifting competitions.
- Held an Australian power-lifting record.

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