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Developing Leg Strength for Weightlifting | Methods & Means

Leg strength for weightlifting is more than just a big squat, you must balance stimulus for leg strength with the fatigue it generates and how that impacts technique and speed qualities. Learn how Coach Max Aita designs Team Juggernaut’s leg training:

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