You can make the best choices for your circumstance, like picking subway instead of taco bell, and that would be optimal. More Proprietary? Yet again, shug offers his opinion and gives no mechanism to support why or how it works but then continues to type. I know some lifters just do static hold with greater than 1rm to get used to the feel of the weight, might have a similar training effect.
Rich says: I wasn't coached on it though, but staying really tight on the bottom is what helps me. April 16, 2012 at 8: Chris says: This is why your perspective is what it is, and it is also wrong.
I'll stick with the advice of these Powerlifting Legends over a cocky youngster. To be fair my squat has seemed stronger since I've started doing it 3x weekly, but if equipment wasn't a limitation I would replace one of those days with a box squat day.
Will Levy says: I have no interest in adding extra stuff in if I don't have to. Because, just because.
Take care! I pretend the box isn't there and squat down and just touch my ass to it and stand up.
Does it have something to do with linear torque and transitional lift? Great to hear from you buddy! The Club Tee. I tried some of the speed work, and I feel that it didn't work too well for me personally, but if someone is making gains using it, I would keep going until I needed to do something else.
I have observed it in my training and others though so take it for what it's worth. Depends how much you know about how to organize your own training.
Wall Sit. They increase your deadlift more than dead lifting more?
For these reasons the traditional squat is most likely the hardest variation for the knee joint. Hope this makes sense. Rip almost always offers a mechanical analysis behind his suggestions, while Louie often just says "it works," or points to what top lifters are doing.
However, these are technicalities and what I really like about Boyle is that he first came up with the idea.