Why You Should Squat To Parallel
Why You Should Squat To Parallel By Steve DeNovi Should you squat to parallel? It’s been debated back and forth for years, but with all the current research and evidence coming out over the past couple years, this argument needs to come to a definitive close. The answer is yes, you should squat to parallel, or be working towards the ability to squat to parallel, for almost all applications, sports, and goals (really the only exception is during times of injury or someone with long term structural damage to the hips/knees). Whether it be for strength, aesthetics, or just...
11 Things I Wish I Knew My First Powerlifting Meet (Author Christy Senay)
I have competed in almost too many meets in my short powerlifting career. Most of the meets I competed in were within the first 2 years of powerlifting, before I had any sort of coaching. Navigating the powerlifting world on my own meant that I have made almost every mistake in the book. You will make mistakes when you first start competing. Luckily for my clients, I won’t let them make the really stupid ones. Here are some things that I wish I knew when I first started competing.
What Does Squat 2 Depth Mean?
What does Squat 2 Depth mean? That seems to be the question I get the most from non lifters who see me wearing our apparel. To those folks I give the simple definition of squatting to depth as oppose to half squatting when it comes to performance and competition.