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Old 12-30-2012, 04:13 PM   #819
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Originally Posted by LtL View Post
Ok so now I understand and I guess my answer will be similar to your point above: low bar to high bar is around 2inches difference max. Stronger quads will enable you to maximise quad involvement AND lower back from a lower bar I think.
Yes stronger quads will help no matter high or low bar. I am certain of that.

But my conundrum is whether low bar will allow me to squat in the way I want to squat when I have better quads. Or will the low bar itself prevent the form from happening.

There is no quick and easy answer here, it's a wait and see situation.
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