This week’s “Friday with the Docs” is a bit unorthodox. Normally, we’d provide you with an article or podcast from a current/former presenter. Dr. Fred Hatfield is neither. As one of the greatest powerlifters of all time, “Dr. Squat” has garnered a reputation for his experience far beyond the weight room. It’s an honor and privilege to have him contribute to this week’s segment. And, for those who may be a bit rusty, check out this video of Dr. Squat in action- I’m confident it’ll erase any doubts you may have had. Click the link below to read an article from a man who witnessed first hand the evolution of strength training, and provided some genuine insight on how we might benefit by looking to the past in order to move forward.
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