Leg Training On The Rogers Athletic Power Squat Pro

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Coach Taylor’s go to exercise…

“Incorporating multiple set training on the Rogers Athletic pieces into a session adds variety. When using the Power Squat Pro, I like to set a high rep expectation at times then give the trainee a maximum of two 90-second rest breaks. So a twenty-rep set could look something like eleven well executed reps, break, six perfect reps, break, and three focused, productive high effort reps to finish the challenge. It is a fun twist you will see written as ‘3×20’ in our workouts.”– Rob Taylor, Jr., Founder and Owner of SMARTER Team Training

Alex keeps it creative with…

“The Power Squat is incredibly versatile because of its range limiting ability, similar to most other Rogers Athletic equipment; the range limiter is a a great tool to allow us to practice regression protocols. This protocol involves removing the range limiter to start, complete 8 reps, rest 10 seconds. During the rest, pull the range limiter up two notches and have the athlete complete 8 more reps, but this time they will be about a parallel squat rather than a deep squat. Finally, move the range limiter again so the athlete only completes a quarter squat. This will fry the legs, but is also very safe as the range limiter will never allow weight to fall onto the athlete, should they fail.” – Alex Walsh, Performance Coach

Proper mechanics before adding load…

“The Power Squat Pro is a great way to progress the squatting pattern without getting under a bar too early in the client’s strength training program. The range limiter allows the client to squat to a depth that they are comfortable performing. A great way to progress a client on this machine is to perform a modified progression protocol. The Power Squat Pro has 5 range limiters. Have the client squat at the highest point in the range for 3 reps. Rest 10 seconds. Each set you lower the range limiter to increase the depth of the squat. Constant communication with visual feedback helps teach the client how to improve the squat pattern. Combine this exercise with a DB split squat to exhaust the quads on leg day.” – Ade Parkes, Performance Coach

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