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Old 03-30-2010, 12:25 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by ricka182 View Post
Great article BTB! I love the breathing squat. First heard of it from a guy I know ovr bb.com...said he increased his stability and confidence in the squat movement, by simply take a "rest" in between reps... I do a mix of breathers and ATG when I squat...also using a pre-planned weight progression for all my excersises. I feel it gives a constant goal each workout to shoot for..

This article will be C/P'd to my local directory of good stuff to know and read...
Thanks Ricka. I liekd the article and thought it was a good read.

My problem with breathing squats is that I go too fast out the gate and by the time I hit 12 reps I can't breathe.
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