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     Fitness Tips For 5/13/2009

Squats: Go Deep! 
by Sean Barker of IronMuscleMagazine

How many times to you see someone in the gym bypass the squat rack
to settle in on a leg extension machine instead.  Heck if you ask 
most people what the squat rack actually is they would probably 
say it was a coat rack.  

But, these people are the first to say how they would like more 
development in their legs or to compliment me on how I built such 
great legs.  Well, it wasnít from pounding out endless sets of 
leg extensions thatís for sure.  To build a great set of "wheels"
you have to pay your dues with plain old hard work.

This hard work should start with squats; one of the most effective
exercises you could do for not only your legs but also your whole
muscular skeletal system.  It takes all the muscles in your legs 
to control the weight down to the bottom of the rep and allows you
to easily overload the muscles to explode back up with the weight
sending the signal to your body to make the muscles grow.  Almost
every other muscle in your entire body is required to stabilize 
and control the movement, which gives your body the reason to 
grow all over.  Remember, every time you grab a weight your 
goal should be to induce muscle growth. 

Make sure to focus on proper form first.  Even squats done at 
less that maximum overload provide a great deal of muscle 
stimulation due to the number of muscle involved, this is how 
effective they are.  You see so many people pile on tons of weight
and only squat down a few inches.  Yeah, this might build up 
the ego but it will do nothing for muscle growth but probably 
provoke an injury.  I will even admit I have been guilty in the 
past for sacrificing range of motion for a heavier weight.  I 
worked up to squatting 460lbs for 6 reps but was barely going 
down to parallel.  So I had to bite the bullet strip off the 
weight and began squatting almost to the floor or until my 
quads break parallel.  Trust me it pays off big time once you
check your ego at the door.  Eventually you work your way 
back up in weight with 100% range of motion and a lot more 
muscle to show for it.

Always center your leg training around squats.  Throw in a 
few sets of leg presses, stiff-leg deadlifts and some 
calf work and your on your way. 

Remember, itís not a coat rack.

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