A simple movement constraint that I find is underrated is a lifters bench and rack height. Having the proper rack height will force certain fundamentals of technique that will translate to the entirety of the movement. In particular in the bench press, we commonly see rack height issues resulting in soft elbows. And on squat, we see issues occur with low bar rack position and ribcage orientation. In my latest YouTube Video, I give a quick breakdown of these errors, and how simply adjusting your rack height can make a notable difference in your technique on both lifts, when seemingly all other cueing is failing. The setup of your lifts is a big part of what determines the success in execution, and hopefully this quick, but informative, video can shed some light on how to choose and adjust your rack height to best suit you. Click the link above to view!