The Various Squat Forms of Elite Powerlifters

On May 17, 2014 by Physical Culturist

Below are photo excerpts from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters. Pretty cool!

An excerpt from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters

An excerpt from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters

An excerpt from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters

An excerpt from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters

An excerpt from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters

An excerpt from Fred Hatfield’s (unfortunately out-of-print) powerlifting book, where he talks about the different squat forms of various elite powerlifters

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