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Old 12-28-2009, 06:16 AM   #17
Shane Skowron
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Originally Posted by Donald Lee View Post
If you want aerobic endurance, you can run or do some other proven method of developing aerobic endurance.

If you want muscular endurance, you can do density training or some other muscular endurance methods.
You can also develop muscular endurance by doing a bunch of pullups, but that's obviously not the point of tabata front squats.

Some people actually want aerobic endurance and muscular endurance specifically for the front squat, or for some other movement. And as you pointed out earlier, specific adaptations require specific training.

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A machine allows for form degradation, but running, weight lifting, etc. are not so kind with form degradation at high intensities.
And running a 800m time trial is high-intensity too, isn't it? Is that a bad idea because it could cause form breakdown?
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