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Shuffle Squats

Video Author: Robyn Kadel
Published on: 02.26.2019
Associated with: Strength & Conditioning Journal. 38(1):51-60, February 2016

Table 5. In-season training. Shuffle squats.

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Table 5. In-season training. Shuffle squats.
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