Home Body Building Bulking Routine: Squatting 315 LBS WEEK 2 Body Building Bulking Routine: Squatting 315 LBS WEEK 2 By admin - August 23, 2019 39 21 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp http://www.youtube.com/arj3191 http://www.youtube.com/theAJgoneMAd Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fitnesswithaj Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=150654291612274 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Body Building Weight Lifting Exercises : Weight Lifting Exercises: Dumbbell Upright Rows Body Building Atlas Wearables Weight Lifting Tracker – REVIEW Body Building DOMINATE – BODYBUILDING MOTIVATION 21 COMMENTS first Reply why do u use a smith for squats over a free bar just wonderin Reply @wowimcool27 At the end of the movement I stand up on my toes because I am exploding from my legs as hard as I can and since i am lifting heavily, I take stress off of knees rather having them be put through the stress at the end of the movement. I call it the "heel toe movement" Reply smith machine for squats? i love everything you do and i love your videos but really dont agree with that 🙁 Reply @Mikey210194 whats wrong with the smith machine? Reply @arj3191 reason everyone prefers the freebar over a smith machine is you dont get the natural stance in a smith machine. Reply @arj3191 i jus watched your chest and shoulder vid aswell when you're doing the incline bench press on the smith machine. You dont train your stabilizer muscles that way, try doing the same weight free weight and im pretty sure you cant. you should train you're stabilizer muscles. the smith machine maintains the balance for you in squats. Reply @Mikey210194 Yea I know, recruiting the muscles that maintain balance is important, but I did these on a self spotting rig for the sake of making the video, because I don't have anyone to spot me most of the time. Reply @arj3191 oh thats alright then, made me happy that has haha Reply @jeff21693 true lol, i noticed he doesn't go down to low, i understand it is heavy weights but still he is using the smith machine and if anything he can alway self spot himself, so he should of went lower! Reply HERES THE THING: Using a smith machine OBVIOUSLY does not show your true strength, and you do lose some of the benefit from free weighted squats, BUT with the smith machine, I can get a better idea of how much weight I can handle, without the risk, of hurting me or someone else. Don't expect me to ever go past my max on any large exercise without a spotter. Reply @arj3191 Calm down brah, it was a joke Reply @ItsLuk it's real horrible when you don't have a spotter. I also have bad knees, so this high impact exerise THATS what is mainly for. Im really gettin tired of ppl like u trying to sound so hardcore like just because you did some squats on a regular rack, doesnt make u legit. I've done normal squats before, I KNOW THE DIFFERENCE. Reply @79JoshK Did I say I am trying to impress you??? No, get over yourself. Try having to go to physical therapy for your knee for 2 years and go squat. This video is for me, not for "cool guys that talk out the side of their necks" like you. Ok big man? 😉 Reply @79JoshK smh….Bulking is a cycle where you change your diet and lifting methods to gain weight…it has nothing to with impressing anyone. If you have been to physical therapy, you would know that something like this isnt easy on ur joints, so you would not be talking smack. And good comeback, the pillow on the bar really shows my LEG strength. Like I said, ur just another dude who goes around talking crap to ppl who make gym videos when you probably couldnt do it urself… Reply @79JoshK i dont lift with little kids. Reply @79JoshK hmmm yea maybe I sho….no Reply @79JoshK Oh yea see ya there! -_____- Reply A minute as in 3 years. Reply Go look at my channel. Watch my videos. That is all. Reply Im 15 and I squat 335. Sophomore linemen in varsity high school football. Is 335 good ? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.