@theedbrown ain’t scared of some heavy #pigiron
With the Hatfield overload squats
Perform Hatfield overload squats by grasping the handles or uprights in the power rack. The heavy weights strong athletes must use to maximize muscular overload while squatting can cause the back to round or otherwise put too much stress on it while shortchanging the intended target, the thighs.
Hatfield squats damn this muscle-building conundrum to hell, because you apply pressure against the power rack by grabbing the handles, and this forces you to squat with a straight back the entire movement. Your hands serve as self-spotters, so you won't drift outside of the ideal groove. Furthermore, when you encounter a sticking point, you simply pull through with just enough pressure to overcome it, so muscular overload is maximized, not limited by a sticking point.
There are other advantages, such as less discomfort on the elbows, shoulders, and wrists, not to mention the pad adding a greater element of comfort. Hatfield overload squats allow you to adapt squats to fit your own body.
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