CrazyBoy wrote:Mat pls excuse me for not adding that beside hindu squats I also trained with weights. That is until I injured my lower back. So yes, you might say that weight training helped me a lot improving my leg strength.
But I did them once a week because of this particular reason:
I trained my legs with weights on monday and on friday I did hindu squats. That's why Backinjured took me almost 6-7 months to get to this number.
Oh, you asked about how long does it take when performing 1500 squats: for me it takes 1h-1h and 15 minutes. But I read on Matt Furey's website that he did 2000 squats in 56 minutes. Well, I am not Matt Furey.
Hope I answered your question and pls excuse me for all the misunderstandings I've done.
Please say what's on your mind. I do not mind, at all.
backinjured wrote:"doing hindu squats once a week isn't going to get anyone very far in terms of developing leg strength."
this is particularly interesting. What do others think about it? i know matt furey tells everyone it's one of the greatest exercise you could do for leg strength. and he wouldn't say what mat has just said.
CrazyBoy wrote:If you want to do them daily you should do a few hundred reps but not a thousand or two or even more. I chose to do them once a week because it suits me well, and because I've noticed better improvements by doing them so. It strongly depends on how fast your body recovers from them.
backinjured wrote: i know matt furey tells everyone it's one of the greatest exercise you could do for leg strength. and he wouldn't say what mat has just said.
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