Ten moderately trained male individuals (age= 20.1 ±1.2 yr; ht=71.3±1.7in; wt=176.2±16.1ibs) performed two sets of three repetitions of the squat exercise. The first set was performed with a weight equal to 45% of the given subject’s one rep max (the maximum weight lifted in one repetition, 1RM) and the second set was performed at a weight equal to 85% of the individual’s 1RM. The movement was videotaped from the sagittal plane at a height of 1.1m and a distance of 3.5m. The video was digitized using Kinematic Analysis Video Software (Schleihauf, 2004). The following joints were analyzed: neck, right and left shoulder, right and left elbow, right and left hip, right and left knee, right and left ankle. The right knee angle was analyzed using Minitab 15 Statistics Software (2006). A t-test was used to determine the significance of the results. The test showed that the results were not significant (df=17, t=-0.90, p=0.381).