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If you're already a little strong, then there simply might not be a way to keep progressing on lower body strength. Squats and deadlifts are incredible exactly because the external resistance does something that is tough to replicate. But there's still stuff to try, both to maintain as much strength as possible and to develop other athletic qualities. Greg ...


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I'm sorry, but realistically, you can't. That being said, if you look at the range of different "fitness" qualities (endurance, power, strength, flexibility, etc), strength is generally the last one to go, and it's also one of the easiest to get back once you've initially built it. There are some things you can try, there is going to be some carry over ...


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Form. Form. Form. Given the place of the injury and what you're trying to do, you should become a slave to your form from now on. Do weights that allow you to keep the weight, cheating it up or slight tweaks to get more weight may have been possible in the past, but now, as to not aggravate the injury or put unnecessary stress, make sure you reset your form ...


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