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Old 02-15-2011, 12:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
For others (like myself) the variation is not preferred. I found a wide-stance PLing style Squat to put too much strain on my lower back; decreasing the amount of Squatting I could do on a given day. In addition, my poundages were actually greater when Squatting with a narrower stance (my stance is usually shoulder width or slightly wider).
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I started off very posterior chain dominant at first. It's taken a while for my Quads to catch up to my Glutes and Hammies.
these two statements are a contradiction. If your narrow stance squat is stronger than your wide stance, and your lower back is a huge limiting factor, then your posterior chain is weaker.
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