๐Ÿ“š Are you struggling with diet and training routines? "Fitness Foundations: A Beginner's Guide" eBook ๐Ÿ“š is now available! โ˜๏ธCheck it out by clicking on the link in my bio! Comment below "DEPTH" or tag/share with a friend if you enjoy the content/post. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Follow me @skiman.factual.fitness for daily nutritional & training advice! ๐’๐๐”๐€๐“ ๐ƒ๐„๐๐“๐‡ ๐‡๐Ž๐– ๐‹๐Ž๐– ๐’๐‡๐Ž๐”๐‹๐ƒ ๐˜๐Ž๐” ๐†๐Ž by @myo_kinetics Helpful post here by Andrey showing is the different degrees on squat depth, please read what he had to say down ๐Ÿ‘‡ below. "The squat is a very versatile exercise that is great for, performance, muscle gain and health. There are many variations of the exercise, from front squat, back squat, high, low bar but here weโ€™re going to look at the depth variations and what each is good for. โ € When it comes to performance the partial squat seems to be the best choice allowing for more weight to be done at greater velocities this makes it great for increasing performance in sprinting and jumping (Rhea et al 2016). On the other hand for muscle growth the full squat seems to be the better option having the optimal range for higher volume and muscle activation (Drinkwater et al 2012) (Marchetti et al 2016). โ € Lastly we have deep squats which are great for functionality and tissue health. Previously there was a notion that deep squats were bad for the knees. However these were disproved by (Hartmann et al 2013) showing that the knee surface area increased with deeper knee flexion allowing for the pressure to distributed along a larger surface area and actually lead to anabolic stimulus of menisci and cartilage, ligaments and bones; which makes it a great exercise to prevent potential degeneration in those areas. โ € As you can see all squat variations have their own good qualities about them choose which one is right for you. I personally perform 2-3 sets of full deep squats with a more moderate weight and 3 sets of a full heavy weight to 90 degrees for hypertrophy. I have no incorporated half squats yet but soon because of this research. Which squat do you do? Check out my squat guide In the link above if you need helps squatting deep." Continue... @skiman.factual.fitness skiman.factual.fitness Dave (aka Ski)

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  • ๐Ÿ“š Are you struggling with diet and training routines? "Fitness Foundations: A Beginner's Guide" eBook ๐Ÿ“š is now available! โ˜๏ธCheck it out by clicking on the link in my bio! Comment below "DEPTH" or tag/share with a friend if you enjoy the content/post. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Follow me @skiman.factual.fitness for daily nutritional & training advice! ๐’๐๐”๐€๐“ ๐ƒ๐„๐๐“๐‡ ๐‡๐Ž๐– ๐‹๐Ž๐– ๐’๐‡๐Ž๐”๐‹๐ƒ ๐˜๐Ž๐” ๐†๐Ž by @myo_kinetics Helpful post here by Andrey showing is the different degrees on squat depth, please read what he had to say down ๐Ÿ‘‡ below. "The squat is a very versatile exercise that is great for, performance, muscle gain and health. There are many variations of the exercise, from front squat, back squat, high, low bar but here weโ€™re going to look at the depth variations and what each is good for. โ € When it comes to performance the partial squat seems to be the best choice allowing for more weight to be done at greater velocities this makes it great for increasing performance in sprinting and jumping (Rhea et al 2016). On the other hand for muscle growth the full squat seems to be the better option having the optimal range for higher volume and muscle activation (Drinkwater et al 2012) (Marchetti et al 2016). โ € Lastly we have deep squats which are great for functionality and tissue health. Previously there was a notion that deep squats were bad for the knees. However these were disproved by (Hartmann et al 2013) showing that the knee surface area increased with deeper knee flexion allowing for the pressure to distributed along a larger surface area and actually lead to anabolic stimulus of menisci and cartilage, ligaments and bones; which makes it a great exercise to prevent potential degeneration in those areas. โ € As you can see all squat variations have their own good qualities about them choose which one is right for you. I personally perform 2-3 sets of full deep squats with a more moderate weight and 3 sets of a full heavy weight to 90 degrees for hypertrophy. I have no incorporated half squats yet but soon because of this research. Which squat do you do? Check out my squat guide In the link above if you need helps squatting deep." Continue...
    Dave (aka Ski) ๐Ÿ“š Are you struggling with diet and training routines?

    ๐Ÿ“š Are you struggling with diet and training routines? "Fitness Foundations: A Beginner's Guide" eBook ๐Ÿ“š is now available! โ˜๏ธCheck it out by clicking on the link in my bio!

    Comment below "DEPTH" or tag/share with a friend if you enjoy the content/post.
    โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €
    Follow me @skiman.factual.fitness for daily nutritional & training advice!

    ๐’๐๐”๐€๐“ ๐ƒ๐„๐๐“๐‡ ๐‡๐Ž๐– ๐‹๐Ž๐– ๐’๐‡๐Ž๐”๐‹๐ƒ ๐˜๐Ž๐” ๐†๐Ž by @myo_kinetics
    Helpful post here by Andrey showing is the different degrees on squat depth, please read what he had to say down ๐Ÿ‘‡ below. "The squat is a very versatile exercise that is great for, performance, muscle gain and health. There are many variations of the exercise, from front squat, back squat, high, low bar but here weโ€™re going to look at the depth variations and what each is good for.
    โ €
    When it comes to performance the partial squat seems to be the best choice allowing for more weight to be done at greater velocities this makes it great for increasing performance in sprinting and jumping (Rhea et al 2016). On the other hand for muscle growth the full squat seems to be the better option having the optimal range for higher volume and muscle activation (Drinkwater et al 2012) (Marchetti et al 2016).
    โ €
    Lastly we have deep squats which are great for functionality and tissue health. Previously there was a notion that deep squats were bad for the knees. However these were disproved by (Hartmann et al 2013) showing that the knee surface area increased with deeper knee flexion allowing for the pressure to distributed along a larger surface area and actually lead to anabolic stimulus of menisci and cartilage, ligaments and bones; which makes it a great exercise to prevent potential degeneration in those areas.
    โ €
    As you can see all squat variations have their own good qualities about them choose which one is right for you. I personally perform 2-3 sets of full deep squats with a more moderate weight and 3 sets of a full heavy weight to 90 degrees for hypertrophy. I have no incorporated half squats yet but soon because of this research. Which squat do you do? Check out my squat guide In the link above if you need helps squatting deep." Continue...

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skiman.factual.fitness - Dave (aka Ski) 1 week ago

Comment down below on what is next on the front for yourself, ie. "DEPTH" or tag/share with a friend as it helps me to see that I'm making a difference in your fitness goals. As always, have a great day, I hope this helps you out in your fitness journeys! --Ski

jpylidis - John 1 week ago

Awesome post. Thanks, Ski! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

bornsinnxr - Matthew 1 week ago

I go deep and low, but I donโ€™t notice any growth in my glutes only in my quads. Any tips?

dgu455 - dg 1 week ago

You think plyo and weights should be totally seperate?