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Squats hinder gains

I know squats are a great exercise. But I was wondering if it can hinder gains. I know a friend of mine, he’s pretty buff and he does alot of squats but he has a 5 inch penis I think. When I see people do squats, it seems to create a turtle affect on the penis. Just my thoughts! =]

Squats = Releases Growth hormone and T´ = Good for penile health.

It has actually been proved to improve the bloodflow to the penile tissue by +20% :)


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Squats are not going to directly impact penis size in any way. Indirectly, benefits may include a smaller fat pad, greater testosterone levels, and better cardiovascular health. I can’t see any PE-relevant negatives, except exhaustion.


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I’m squat away then! =]

The only thing I can think of is it may affect EQ as you use all the muscles in your pelvis including your BC muscle for stability and support.


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I squat like crazy and I am still gaining from the newbie routine.


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Do the deadlift, way better than the squat :D .

Originally Posted by man-of-10

Do the deadlift, way better than the squat :D .

Huh, how, they work two separate groups of muscles. Deadlifts work the lower back and some hamstrings/glutes. Squats use the hamstrings, glutes, and quads.


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Originally Posted by Marc678816
Huh, how, they work two separate groups of muscles. Deadlifts work the lower back and some hamstrings/glutes. Squats use the hamstrings, glutes, and quads.

Deadlifts work the Calfs, Hamstrings, Quads, Glutes, Lower Back (lots of it), Abs, Traps, Biceps and Forearms.

Why the deadlift superior to the Squat:

1. Providing you start the lift reasonably deep, the deadlift will really work the Quads very effectively.
2. Deadlifts work the Hamstrings far more effectively than Squats do.
3. Deadlifts will also work the Glutes over a far greater range of motion that Squats will.
4. You don’t need a rack to do Deadlifts, all you need is a bar, weights and a lifting platform(which you can make yourself).
5. If you are lifting to increase athletic ability, then deadlifts are far superior to Squats, as the bar can be dropped, reducing TUT(Time Under Tension), so that greater weights can be lifted.

I agree with you on some of your points. I agree that the deadlift will work the quads when starting deep, but the ROM (Range of Motion) of squats far outperforms ability of deadlifts to work the quads. Your second point about the deadlifts working hamstrings more effectively than quads I agree with. Third, I believe squats have a far greater ROM with the glutes when performed properly (squats performed at least, if not past parallel to the floor). Fourth, I don’t know what you’re trying to say here, I am guessing you do not have a gym accessible to you so convenience is a factor. Finally, it’s your interpretation of athletic ability, whether it be fast sprints, long distance runs, or, like me, powerlifting. I believe squats and deadlifts are equal in standing, and one does not beat out the other as they work separate parts of the body.


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Short Term Goal --- BPEL 7.000/EG 5.000

Long Term Goal --- BPEL 7.500/EG 6.000

Deadlift and squat are both staples.

Some of the muscle groups you mentioned for the deadlift aren’t hit anywhere near as much as they are via squats.

Yes I agree with you, one should not be left out because you are doing another.


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Short Term Goal --- BPEL 7.000/EG 5.000

Long Term Goal --- BPEL 7.500/EG 6.000

Originally Posted by Marc678816
I agree with you on some of your points. I agree that the deadlift will work the quads when starting deep, but the ROM (Range of Motion) of squats far outperforms ability of deadlifts to work the quads. Your second point about the deadlifts working hamstrings more effectively than quads I agree with. Third, I believe squats have a far greater ROM with the glutes when performed properly (squats performed at least, if not past parallel to the floor). Fourth, I don’t know what you’re trying to say here, I am guessing you do not have a gym accessible to you so convenience is a factor. Finally, it’s your interpretation of athletic ability, whether it be fast sprints, long distance runs, or, like me, powerlifting. I believe squats and deadlifts are equal in standing, and one does not beat out the other as they work separate parts of the body.

I based my point about the greater ROM of the glutes associated with the deadlifts, on the fact that unless the Squats are done going behond parallel, the angle between the chest and thighs will never become as closed as it does when doing deadlifts.

If running is what you want to improve, be it endurance or sprints, then deadlift is the way to go. I would not know so much about powerlifting and you would obviously have a better idea, but then again, the deadlift is surely very valuable to powerlifters, as it is essentially the first phase of the lift.

Originally Posted by lolcopter
Deadlift and squat are both staples.

Some of the muscle groups you mentioned for the deadlift aren’t hit anywhere near as much as they are via squats.

Such as…?

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