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Can a trainer ever have enough information about the squat? That’s a tough one. If it is possible, the only way to find out is by reading one of the most comprehensive squat guides we’ve ever seen.
This is an article that you’re going to want to bookmark. Whenever you, or a client, have a future question regarding the squat, chances are you’ll be able to CTRL+F this article and find a pretty detailed answer. Enjoy!
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