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Old 02-23-2012, 02:35 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Fcat611 View Post
Oh well i squat about 300 but i dont think its deep enuff. i lifted for 2 years but its not doing much and i need something different to build my legs.
You'd be better off by fixing your squat depth and drive than replacing one of the best full body movements and hormonally beneficial exercises. Look up Rippetoe's demonstration of squats on youtube; he will help you learn the form better and get your depth right.

Leg presses are about as useful as naked women at an Adam Lambert concert........just kidding! :P

I'd focus on front squats over leg presses 10-1 though.
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