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Old 02-15-2011, 01:03 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by sneezingstardust View Post
It also depends whether you're squatting in gear or not.

A raw squatter will typically take a more narrow stance than a geared lifter. If you tried to sumo squat raw, you'd create some bad problems really fast.

Can't go wrong with shoulder width or a little wider...but not too much wider.
a raw squatter will likely not do well going post to post, aka max width in a monolift.

But shoulder width or a little wider is still a pretty narrow stance in the grand scheme of things.
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