Knees Over Toes?

by Harvey Newton |   Date Released : 31 Oct 2007
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Harvey Newton

About the author: Harvey Newton

Harvey Newton regularly holds workshops and seminars on explosive lifting. He is the author of the book and DVD, Explosive Lifting for Sports, along with many other products. Harvey is a former national and Olympic coach for USA Weightlifting and was executive director and editor of the NSCA’s Strength & Conditioning Journal. <br><br>

Harvey is the owner of Newton Sports in Florida, where he continues to offer solid, easy-to-understand information on safe and proper resistance training and technique.

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Newton, Harvey | 16 Mar 2012, 00:33 AM

Thanks for the positive feedback.

Years later, we still have challenges from many in the fitness profession regarding this topic. However, more voices are rising to echo the message that squats are performed properly and safely when the knees moves forward of the ankle/foot.

Harvey Newton

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Vandenbrink, Derek | 15 Mar 2012, 20:27 PM

Nearly 5 years later and I can't find a better answer anywhere that supports practice and includes research. Thanks for this Harvey!

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Alexandre, Ana | 25 Apr 2009, 02:28 AM

This was the best answer I ever eard.

Thank you

Nelson Andrade

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