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    Power House is offline Junior Member
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    Arrow Leg presses- close or wide stance

    Hi everyone, I've done leg presses with a shoulder width apart stance for awhile and the last few weeks I tried feet two inches apart and found it a lot harder but not as good of a stretch. What do you guys think?

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    Shoulder width.

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    shoulder width.

    if you put your feet a little closer then shoulderwidth on the sled itll work on your sweep. 2inches apart is too close imo.

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    that cant be good for the connective tissue and joints, especially with heavy weights!

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    Shoulder width and evan wider.

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    Just do squats w/ proper form until you puke.. it gives greatest overall stress cept for maybe Deads, and this will raise your tes. and make you sexy

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    I tried a closer stance because I seen a article that Shawn Ray did so I thought I'd try it out. The overall exercise was a lot harder to preform so I couldn't go too heavy, I could only do 16 plates on a good day.

    Thanks to everyone for their input.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    Shoulder width.
    Agreed

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