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Old 04-09-2014, 06:50 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by GeezerDude View Post
This is maybe slightly off topic from box squatting and paused squats, but is still the same principle. Has anybody tried squats with a dead start from the rack pins at a depth of parallel or just below? Are there any benefits to doing it this way instead of box or pause squats? I have only known of one guy who did it this way, but am not sure how much better or worse it would have been over the other styles.
I don't know anyone who's ever done that, and I'm not sure it would or wouldn't be beneficial. IMO it would be pretty difficult/awkward getting yourself properly set up under the bar already squatted down that far.
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