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Don’t Squat Heavy To Run Faster!


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Should you squat heavy to run faster? While squatting heavy, one to five reps has been shown to increase running speed. It won’t be the sole Factor behind whether you come first or second. To run faster you need to squat faster and with power.

Completing sets with six 10 reps focusing on power, two three times a week will make you faster on the track and help you win gold . And if you want a free guide to running faster click the link in our bio

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