To be your best, you need
to squat your best.
to squat your best.
Dr. Zach Long | DPT, TheBarbellPhysio.com
"I work with a wide range of athletes, from Olympians to weekend-warriors, and dorsiflexion is without a doubt the most frequent mobility issue I encounter. VersaLifts make a great tool to help improve movement patterns as the athlete works on improving mobility."
Dr. Aaron Horschig | DPT, CSCS, SquatUniversity.com
“VersaLifts are going to allow you to get into more technical positions without having to deal with running or jumping in a weightlifting shoe. I would definitely give it two thumbs up!”
Corey Hall | DPT, Beyond Movement PT
"Squat depth is often limited by poor ankle dorsiflexion mobility. I see it all the time while working my clients. I recommend VersaLifts as a way to improve squat depth safely and effectively, especially during CrossFit and functional fitness programs."
I do like these in practice and the design is a really great concept. My only critique is that they should come in different slopes. I purchased two pairs and I stack them, which works fine but is just a bit on the high side--whereas one pair is too shallow a slope for my needs. Overall, I recommend this product and they are my preferred method for adding a squat wedge to my workouts.
I’ve been working on overhead squatting and these have been just enough lift to help me get full depth without spending $150+ on lifters.
As a tall guy (6'4) with limited ankle mobility, squatting has always been a challenge. I always ended up really bent over squatting, resulting in a posterior chain-dominant squat and llts of "squat-morning" when it got heavy. After 4 squat sessions with these, I can say these have finally helped my squat form "click." Been able to stay more upright and get more quad involvement in my squat.
I wish I had pulled the trigger on these when I first came across them over a year ago.
Love it & it arrived quick.
Strength - Allows minimalist shoes to become Olympic Lifters
Endurance- allows augmentation to your shoes to be capable for a multitude of exercises