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Old 01-25-2011, 06:18 PM   #22
Bodybygamma
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“Russian Olympic weightlifters avoid full range movements of the muscles surrounding the hip and knee joints. Too much flexibility in that area makes the lifter sink too deep when he is getting under the barbell. The same is true for powerlifting.” So basically go as low as you need to. Just don't quarter squat and say you legitimately squatted that much. But ask Jaime from Chaos and pain and ask him if quarter squats aint worth squat. Or even better Ricky Bruch
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