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The eccentric Squat is a fundamental beginner lower-body Power exercise, as it increases the deceleration forces incurred on the posterior kinetic chain, and prepares the body for the neuromuscular demands of jump and traditional power training. All athletes should include this exercise into their training programs, especially in pre-power training or in Power prep programs.

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Primär trainierten Muskelgruppen: Gluteus Medius & Maximus, Quadriceps (Vastus Lateralis, Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis and Vastus Intermedialis), Hamstrings (Biceps Femoris, Semimembranuous & Semitendinuous), Erector Spinae, Adductor Musculature and muscles of the back and arms (holding the weight plate) and muscles of the Abdomen.
Übungstechnik: The athlete performs this variation of the squat movement the same as thy would a traditional body squat, the difference exists in the speed of the eccentric or lowering / squat phase of the movement.
The athlete should watch that their knees do not shift over their toes, that their heels do not come off the ground, or that their back does not roll at any point during the squat phase.
Optionen zur Progression der Übung: An athlete can progress the difficulty of this exercise by increasing weight, shortening rest durations between sets, increasing or varying the speed of the movement, or increasing the number of sets completed.  Progressions should only be made once correct technique is achieved.

 
 

                          
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