Always Squat To Full Depth

Today's Workout

Front Squat 3-3-3

Then For Time:

50 Squats
800m Run
40 Squats
600m Run
30 Squats
400m Run
20 Squats
200m Run
10 Squats



Partial squats are never good. They neglect the hips and hamstrings. When an athlete stops above parallel his knee joints are forced to halt the downward momentum.

But once the athlete goes below parallel that stress is transferred to the more powerful groups in the hips, hamstrings and adductors.

Full squats keep all these muscle groups proportionately strong.

Bill Starr
(Legendary) Strength Coach
John Hopkins University
Sept. 1997

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