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Jonboi_31
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2011/03/18 03:28:14 (permalink)

Squating - Size/Definition

Simple question.
 
Is it true?
 
On legpress
- For length on quad "Full deep/good reps"
- For size on quad "NOT as deep/good rep but load the weights up"
 
A guy in my gym belives this?!? - My understanding is always do full good perfect form reps??
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    iaink
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 07:57:15 (permalink)
    Why's you thread titles squat but your question is '"legpress"? :)
     
    Answer is no. I personally think that for most people as long as their is appreciable depth (define that? lol) then it won't matter too much.
     
    Futher this guy mentioned "length"? This is cobblers so ergo be on you toes for more cobblers from him :)
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    EnfantTerrible
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 08:39:48 (permalink)
    People who go around spouting this kind of bollocks need a quiet injection to the back of their neck, a pat on the head and a gentle "shhhh" as they slump into a coma.
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    dazc
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 09:01:07 (permalink)
    limited range of movement would help keep the weight more focused on the quads, but thats not what hes saying there!
     
    one of those people to just humour but ignore i would say!
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    TheThumper
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 10:33:18 (permalink)

     
    Lu only does quarter depth leg presses.

    "If the traps contract and the arms bend, you must descend" 
      
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    CitizenKane
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 11:05:38 (permalink)
    TheThumper
    Lu only does quarter depth leg presses.

     


    "Be adequate"
     
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    iaink
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 11:06:03 (permalink)
    lol
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/18 12:49:24 (permalink)
    ^^ I had an allergy once, too!
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    Jonboi_31
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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/20 19:06:04 (permalink)
    iaink

    Why's you thread titles squat but your question is '"legpress"? :)

    Answer is no. I personally think that for most people as long as their is appreciable depth (define that? lol) then it won't matter too much.

    Futher this guy mentioned "length"? This is cobblers so ergo be on you toes for more cobblers from him :)

     
    Woops, God knows why i put squats and then changed to legpress - my bad!
     
    Cheers for the replys by the way people

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    Re:Squating - Size/Definition 2011/03/21 15:04:23 (permalink)
    As stated the guy is pretty much saying rubbish, i mean you cant make the quads longer? theyre the length of the hip to the knee (as a rough guide) you cant extend them to be longer than that



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