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Old 01-15-2013, 02:37 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
I hope I'm not stepping on any toes here, but from personal experience the "Russian" style of squatting is far superior WHEN RAW. I have a lot easier time getting depth, it feels more natural, and overall has been beneficial for my squat. I took a hit in numbers for about a month, but I've since caught up and love it. Does that help? I can try to explain better if needed.
I think most people would agree with that. Lets be honest, they do weights in single ply that must US lifters cant do in multiply. So I would even go as far as to say its superior all around.

I should note that I am not a westside style guy lol
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