No, even with your lower back rounding, you are about an inch above parallel(hips crease does not go bellow top of knee >>40776620
). You need to get your knees out better, and probably move in your stance a bit. Your legs seem to be caving in a bit which is affecting your depth, because you don't have the flexibility to maintain a knees out position in the bottom of your squat. Work on the flexibility of your hip and groin muscles. Also, if you have 50 bucks to spend on some cheap squat shoes, then get some. You appear to have long femurs, and squat shoes will help you get another inch or two deeper without rounding your back. If you are poor, then try putting some small plates under your heels. Do not worry too much about your forward lean, so long as the bar is staying over your mid foot. Those are simply your low bar squat mechanics. Retards with oompa loompa femurs like >>40776669
will insist you front squat your low-bar back squat. With your proportions, you will be lucky to quarter-squat without your lower back rounding with that form.>>40776663
Buy a micro-mini band(the red one, doesn't really matter which brand), and do band pull aparts and shoulder dislocations every day. Doing that I moved each of my hands in an inch after a month.>>40777393>>40777409
You have a beautiful rippetoe-style box squat. >>40777688
Depends on your level of training, and what workout you are doing. Assuming you are a beginner and doing a standard LP routine, you can workout every other day. After 3-4 months it usually becomes every 3 days or so, and so a light day is usually added on the mid week workout. Buy SS and read it.>>40777703
Texas method is pretty brutal. Unless you're genetically very gifted, it isn't a good idea to do on a deficit. I'd recommend a 4 day split(main lift for each day with accessories ) or PPL while you cut, and then switch to TM when you transition back to bulking.