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The Easiest Ways to Squat When You Have Mobility Challenges

How deep people should squat will always be argued among persnickety lifters, but maybe the mobility in your ankles, calves, hips, upper back, or elsewhere just won’t let you go deep enough with good form. This video shows you how to squat regardless of your mobility. Read more...
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