Thread: Squat recovery
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Old 12-19-2012, 08:10 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
Good thread J, I will say that I feel you *should* be able to squat three times a week not that you absolutely *must* squat three times a week. I wouldn't want this thread to become a once vs thrice weekly squat debate! That's not the idea.

The idea is that being able to squat three times a week shows that you're not killing your joints with unnatural movement patterns, so it's a good learning tool.

I'll write a bit more later on when I'm at home.
Exactly! I also hope people understand that each person is different. I am just trying to talk through a way to help me prepare my body to a larger workload.
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