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Old 12-02-2011, 05:39 PM   #1
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Default BTB what is the proper way to squat to get Ronnie legs?

Essentially, I stopped squatting with such a wide stance when you told me you and Wisconsin make Ronnie's legs look tiny.Anthony says to only use your legs to drive the weight up while you say hip drive is beneficial. On another note, I know I can squat both ways even while using Anthony's tips: I can squat down, basically dumping my butt down, or I can squat the same but this time, trying to spread my legs apart, which strangely makes it easier and I feel like I'm in a more powerful position to drive up. What do you suggest, Steve? I'm so confused on what to do. Any and all details to squat will be most appreciated.
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