Tell me please if there is any difference in meaning between the following sentences.
You are bending too much when you are squatting.
You bend too much when you squat.
The context is a man finishes his set of squats, and he asks a coach for feedback on his set.
What tense is the most appropriate in the context. I have heard native English speakers use the present continuous in similar contexts, even though the action was finished. Can the present continuous be used for general things?