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Old 07-23-2008, 12:36 PM   #9
Ben Moskowitz
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Originally Posted by Greg Everett View Post
7. Ride it all the way into a full squat - by full, i mean full. not breaking parallel. ass to ankles. once you start hitting bigger weights, there's no way you'll be stopping where you are, so get used to a full squat and catching the bounce out of the bottom to recover.
Is it better to ride into a full squat without the requisite flexibility (pelvis rounding), or only to the point of a tight lower back?
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