What Happens at a Squat University Seminar?

This seminar is a 4-hour workshop designed for every athlete and coach!

Often coaches use "drive the knees wide" as a cue during the squat. However is it a good cue to use with everyone? Answer: It only works to a point. The goal is to align the knees with the toes during the squat. If an athletes knees collapse inwards – using this cue is great. However if you drive the knee too far wide, it can cause the foot to roll out on its side. This leaves us unbalanced & drains our ability to produce power. Understand when to use coaching cues! _________________________________ Squat University is the ultimate guide to realizing the strength to which the body is capable of. The information within these pages are provided to empower you to become a master of your physical body. Through these teachings you will find what is required in order to rid yourself of pain, decrease risk for injury, and improve your strength and athletic performance. _________________________________ #Squat #SquatUniversity #Weightlifting #crossfit #wod #workout #powerlifting #oly #olympicweightlifting #training #trainsmart #fit #fitness #fitspo #instafit #instagood #gym #functionalmovement

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Objectives

  • Fundamentals of the squat
  • Joint by joint approach
  • How to find your individual movement weak links
  • Corrective exercises and interventions
  • Debunking squat myths
  • Much more!

I squatted without any knee pain for the first time in over 5 years yesterday. Granted, the weight was light, but I wasn’t able to say that even when I used to do body weight squats. Through applying your concepts on joint mobility, feet/toe positioning, and body weight vs weight squat mechanics I finally felt comfortable getting underneath the bar again. Not only were they pain free but my range of motion allow ATG squats

Abraham Vandiver

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