This training manual consists of 80 pages written by Megsquats and Strong Strong Friends. Learn the fundamentals of what to wear, what equipment you need, and a comprehensive explanation of the setup and execution of the squat, bench and deadlift. Each chapter covers positioning on every element of the movement, common mistakes to avoid and adjust, as well as variations to consider with programming and accessory work.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 - Bracing
- Chapter 2- How to Squat
- Chapter 3 - How to Bench
- Chapter 4 - How to Deadlift
- Chapter 5 - Common Mistakes in the Squat
- Chapter 6 - Common Mistakes in the Bench
- Chapter 7 - Common Mistakes in the Deadlift
- Chapter 8 - Squat Variations
- Chapter 9 - Bench Variations
- Chapter 10 - Deadlift Variations
- Chapter 11 - Self Talk
- Chapter 12 - How to Warm Up for a 1RM
- PRODUCT FAQ
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A: You can start the program as soon as you receive it
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