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    Can't walk after training legs...

    Just got a new technique for squats which is designed for bodybuilding rather than powerlifting. It involves squatting slowly with a narrow stance and not completely standing back up straight at the end of the rep to keep tension on the legs for the full set.

    The problem is after I train my legs for the next 2 days I can't actually walk, I'm not talking about a bit of discomfort I mean as Im walking my legs will randomly buckle. Then for another 2 days they slowly recover back to normal.

    The problem for me is that as soon as they are recovered Its time to train legs again so theres no room for the important deadlift!

    Any advice misc?
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    Keep doing what you are doing because it's working.
    Or you're doing the exercise wrong and ****ing up your body.

    Do you think we stalk you and allready know wtf you are talking about or know how you do it?
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    Originally Posted by CrazyCallum View Post
    Just got a new technique for squats which is designed for bodybuilding rather than powerlifting. It involves squatting slowly with a narrow stance and not completely standing back up straight at the end of the rep to keep tension on the legs for the full set.

    The problem is after I train my legs for the next 2 days I can't actually walk, I'm not talking about a bit of discomfort I mean as Im walking my legs will randomly buckle. Then for another 2 days they slowly recover back to normal.

    The problem for me is that as soon as they are recovered Its time to train legs again so theres no room for the important deadlift!

    Any advice misc?
    you just got that technique. get used to it?
    or deadlift with unrecovered buckling legs
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    why dont you try stopping squatting for a while? its such an uncomfortable exercise anyways and legs are the only body part you dont wanna get too big IMO.
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    stretch before and especially after. Drink lots of BCAAs and fluids afterwards as well, and make sure to get a good PWO meal in.

    Or just switch up how you squat.
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    sounds like OP completes first leg workout ever, complains about subsequent DOMS afterwards.

    You'll get used to it. Now stop crying and get back to work.
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    Jay Cutler would tell you to supplement with glutamine for recovery
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    Originally Posted by 1987GN View Post
    stretch before and especially after. Drink lots of BCAAs and fluids afterwards as well, and make sure to get a good PWO meal in.

    Or just switch up how you squat.
    I think I will just make sure to stretch after, Ive not been doing that...

    I have an amino acid complex which im using, reckon I should invest in bcaas too?


    Originally Posted by slowman41 View Post
    sounds like OP completes first leg workout ever, complains about subsequent DOMS afterwards.

    You'll get used to it. Now stop crying and get back to work.
    Can you not see I'm shorter than you and weigh more than you? lol

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    Jay Cutler would tell you to supplement with glutamine for recovery
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    Up the weight
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    do light cardio after maybe 10 mins

    ease up the doms process
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    How much do you sleep?

    I get crazy tightness/doms in my back and I have to have a nap after back training, as well as the next 2 days while doms are going on.
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    Originally Posted by CrazyCallum View Post
    Just got a new technique for squats which is designed for bodybuilding rather than powerlifting. It involves squatting slowly with a narrow stance and not completely standing back up straight at the end of the rep to keep tension on the legs for the full set.

    The problem is after I train my legs for the next 2 days I can't actually walk, I'm not talking about a bit of discomfort I mean as Im walking my legs will randomly buckle. Then for another 2 days they slowly recover back to normal.

    The problem for me is that as soon as they are recovered Its time to train legs again so theres no room for the important deadlift!

    Any advice misc?
    feels good. barely can walk and the next day - deadlifts, feels good man
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    Originally Posted by swole-striation View Post
    do light cardio after maybe 10 mins

    ease up the doms process
    Theres no way Id be able to run afterwards!

    I think im able to have such intensity because I was a long distance road cyclist before I start going to the gym, so I have a pretty good mind connection to them and they are used to insane build ups of lactic acid. Wish I could the same itensity with back!

    Originally Posted by wheytoday View Post
    How much do you sleep?

    I get crazy tightness/doms in my back and I have to have a nap after back training, as well as the next 2 days while doms are going on.

    I sleep during the day too, I have really bad problems getting to sleep at night since I siwtched up my training routine. I'm still not sure if im wasting my time but Im using lighter weights but trying to get the muscle to actually hurt with technique. The next days Im much more sore than when I was just blasting up sets of my max....still in the 'try out' phase with this sytle of training, will see how it goes.
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    Originally Posted by CrazyCallum View Post
    Just got a new technique for squats which is designed for bodybuilding rather than powerlifting. It involves squatting slowly with a narrow stance and not completely standing back up straight at the end of the rep to keep tension on the legs for the full set.

    The problem is after I train my legs for the next 2 days I can't actually walk, I'm not talking about a bit of discomfort I mean as Im walking my legs will randomly buckle. Then for another 2 days they slowly recover back to normal.

    The problem for me is that as soon as they are recovered Its time to train legs again so theres no room for the important deadlift!

    Any advice misc?
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