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Old 12-01-2012, 09:10 PM   #4
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I guess I would first like to know if your box squat stance is the same width as your non-box squat stance?

I go wider on box squats and feel it doesn't tax my quads nearly as much. Louie Simmons would disagree, if I am understanding his statements correctly.

Conventional stance squats gave me monster quads. I just don't feel my quads nearly as much when I go wide. Perhaps this is body type and strength/weakness related.
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