Here's the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxJ8PHXqis4
Here's some information about the video:
I'm wearing olympic lifting shoes.
I wrote the description on the squat video that I have a groin/adductor problem which is why I do not appear to descend through my legs -- I usually have a wider stance.
I tried to get a good angle, but the room is very small (the camera man did a terrible job as well). However, I am 99% sure that I descend past parallel into a full squat feeling the stretch reflex. I slow motioned the last rep on the video because it appeared that I was not going past parallel -- what I saw was that it only appears I do not go down far because I hit the sticking point right at parallel causing an illusion with the camera angle. When I have my regular stance, I know I go past parallel into full. If you pause the last rep at the lowest part of the squat, you will see my glutes are around my friends knee. With how tall I am, theres no way this can happen while I still maintain balance unless my legs are past parallel.
I know it is hard to critique this video because it is not my normal squat, but it is the only video I have current.
325 lbs weight plus bar
body weight- 203 lbs