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If you’re trying to build leg mass, you have to do squats. There’s no viable alternative to building shear size, strength and muscle mass for the lower body. Here’s some squat variations you can mix into your routines to involve different muscle fibers, and spur new growth.
Why You Need Different Squats
A lot of people will find a variation they like, and pretty much stick to that routine on their leg days. While this comfort zone can make your leg day more enjoyable, it isn’t always the best path to muscle growth. Here’s why you need more than one squat:
More Muscle Fibers
If getting bigger, or more muscular, legs is the goal you’ll want to activate as many muscle fibers as possible to stimulate maximum growth. Hitting your legs from different angles is the key to getting more muscle fibers involved in your lifts.
The different variations will emphasize different elements of your lower body. You won’t be able to move the same weight with all squats, because different leg muscles are stressed. This can result in a more balanced, and powerful lower body due to variation.
5 Squat Variations
Barbell Hack Squat
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