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Sheer Gym Etiquette: Squat Racks

October 09, 2015

Sheer Gym Etiquette: Squat Racks

Squat Racks, and squats in general, are fantastic. These simple racks provide one of the most functional and beneficial platforms for free weight exercise. That said, they are bulky and take up a lot of space, meaning that there usually aren’t that many available. Remember, when you are using the squat racks, YOU SHOULD BE DOING SQUATS.

Sure, you could do a dozen different drills with the squat rack, but unless you are the only person in the gym, you shouldn’t do them there. Nothing is worse than holding up someone who wants to squat heavy because you didn’t feel like changing stations to do Barbell Curls! Proper Sheer Gym Etiquette requires that you pick up your [email protected]#t and move somewhere else.

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