Squatting has never been a controversy, neither was squatting deep, as we have been squatting that way since human evolution, which is now termed as the Asian Squat. However, the controversy was always about the depth to be attained in a loaded squat. But the issue we often face is to assess what we mean by depth, and how deep one should go in a squat. There are many opinions when it comes to optimal squat depth. Some experts claim squatting as deep as possible (ass-to-grass) is the only way to perform the lift. Others believe deep squats are harmful to the knees and should never be performed.
This Book will solve this mystery with the help of research studies, recommendations by top strength coaches & authors, and basic common sense, as to what we really mean by depth, and is the criteria the same for all…
- HOW DEEP SHOULD YOU SQUAT?
- WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYS
- THE RESEARCH CONCLUSION
- EXPERTS ARE NOT IN FAVOUR OF ATG SQUATS