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Bill Starr had the best comment about bodybuilders who have lots of size but lack strength and power: They’re no more than physical abominations’facades, fakes’for muscle equals strength, and if a person doesn’t have sufficient strength to back up those showy muscles, he’s a joke. That might sound harsh to all of you who believe that size and shape should prevail over strength, but it’s the truth. Those who don’t want to believe it are afraid of hard work, afraid to do the brutal exercises that build powerful lower-back, leg and hip muscles.
Squats are often called the king of exercises—and for good reason.