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Jonathon Sullivan MD, PhD
Sully discusses why and how the squat meets the requirements of a barbell prescription for the aging adult.
Jonathon Sullivan MD, PhD, SSC, PBC
We train these movements because they are the building blocks of human physical performance. We have to use them.
Pauses aren't fun, and they aren't cool, but they often work wonders.
An extremely common form error in the squat occurs as one approaches the hole, looking for that accursed depth. Here's how to fix it.
You have to bend your knees. Sorry if there was any misunderstanding about that.
The bar won't roll down your back. I promise.
Stopping the bar and switching from thataway in the groove to thisaway in the groove is not something that just happens. This is something that you, the athlete, must do.
Attempting to squat on a vertical shank is a common form error. Let's fix it.