Quarter squats... or something like that... how the hell is it possible for someone to make reps with this weight with a full rom 😲 i could barely lock this weight out..... well i guess it takes hours of dedication in the gym.... Build op: 5x120 5x160 5x200 with shoes 4x240 with shoes 4x280 shoes and belt 3x330+static hold shoes and belt.
The golden rule. Break parallel. • Can’t you say? Why? Too heavy? Hurt? Lower your weight so you can THAN increase weight once your form has been fixed to squat at parallel or below. Don’t be afraid to USE your full range of motion. Knees over toes? Myth. Only squat wide? Myth. Your stance is all about your comfort. I squat somewhat narrow and allow my knees to follow the angle of my toes. I do check my DMs— and i see far to many ladies explaining random IG exercises for “glutes” and ask me to further explain. Well here it is. Squats. Squats squats. This will grow your 🍑. No need for reverse hack squat kickbacks or whatever these IG models storm up to complicate the wheels of fitness further — ohh yas it’s because they sell those gimmick “glute” programs. Save your $120 bucks from that program and invest in a power belt‼️ P.S. you can get a wicked ass CUSTOM belt from @aesthreadics With those saved dollars!!! don’t be fooled by “glute” guides. Squats work! #fittea#fitdetoxtea 😂 those don’t work either 👆🏻 Did errrrmmm 8 sets total. 4 warm ups than a 265x1 and dropped to 235 for some 3x3 gearing up to watch Brock take his first platform this Saturday and boy am i excited to see him dominate 🏋🏼♂️🏋🏻♀️#guidetoglutes#freefitness#fitprogram#justgrabasquatrack#atg#quartersquatgang#quartersquat#nohalfreps#squats#ermahgerd#growth#squatvideo#veteran
140KG for 8 #QuarterSquat .. Focusing on getting stronger , faster and more flexible. My in house #strengthANDconditioning Coach @steffionthebrink prepping me for BIG things to come 💪 ⭕ The range of motion used during quarter squats is much more similar to the natural range of motion used in a full sprint. And if increases in strength lead to greater force production and more explosive power during athletic movements, there would seem to be a likely correlation between getting stronger in an exercise that mimics the natural range of motion used during sprinting and jumping.
Athletes looking to add quarter squats to their training should do so as a part of a periodized program that uses strength-based training protocols during their offseason. Saving heavy strength training work for the offseason allows for a more targeted focus on overall improvements in performance, as opposed to in-season training which should be mostly geared toward maintenance and facilitating recovery from practice and competition