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Squat School | Hip Structure and Squat Technique

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Squat School | Hip Structure and Squat Technique

Not everybody’s body is structured the same, so why would we all the squat the same. Dr. Quinn Henoch takes Team Juggernaut Weightlifters and American Record Holders in the Snatch, Colin Burns and Cortney Batchelor, through an assessment of their hip movement and discusses the implications this has on their squat technique.

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  • Justin Hardy

    Loved the quadruped progression to teach the bottom of the squat for new athletes, Thanks Doc!

  • William Pedigo

    I apologize this is not a comment as much as a question and is off topic.
    My question. My Daughter is 11 years old and is a member of USA weightlifting and has been training and competing in Olympic weightlifting since she was 9. When would it be safe and or start to have her training daily instead of 2 or 3 days a week. And what should those training days look like. Any help and or information would be appreciated. Thank you all.