LG Sciences Training Series

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SaOj7_UepE"]YouTube - Lg Series 1: Dork Squat Instructional[/ame]

    I came up with the name dork squats because I felt so silly doing them. Using the pad for the bar has always been taboo for me as a former powerlifter but I did need to eliminate the bruises. I knew from the past the having my heels raises worked my quads more but once the toes get over the knees it can be dangerous for the patella. I did practice for a while with lighter weights before doing a double with 585 raw. The pause at the bottom was something we also used in powerlifting as well. It helped to develop more power out of the bottom which recruits more muscle fibers in theory.

    I suggest trying this with very light weight. I wear a belt even though I stay very upright. Also warm up on the bike for 5-10 minutes with some passive stretches as well. Give this new exercise a try and your quads will grow like never before.

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    There is nothing dorky about that - only sheer impressiveness.
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    LOL well thanks. It's a nice tweak to really bring up the quads.
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    Awesome brother! Keep the videos and tips coming! My pins need them!
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    For sure!
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    Nice video mate I always raise my heels during squats, it really helped me get the depth required to hit my quads after years of never getting below parallel.
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    Awesome! Its a nice variation for sure.
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    Great video, I'ma watch a few more times before I try it tho.
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    Those quads are insane! Not to mention that weight on the squat! You make me look like a girl squatting!
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    Nice. I'm sure no one thought you looked silly when you were doin' em!
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