1. As you come down into the deepest part of the split squat, imagine you have a laser pointer on your sternum — keep it pointing up! This will help maintain the integrity of your front rack position.
2. Think of your working side’s foot as a tripod — apply good pressure through your big toe, plan the outside of your foot and keep a “heavy” heel.
3. When you come up to complete the rep, think of “standing up” to minimize the tendency of your torso to want to come forward.