This is how squats can open doors for you
As an artist, Jim Morrison was obsessed with the barriers that exist in our own minds between what we know and the mysteries hidden just beyond. By means of artistic expression, philosophical musing, and a wide variety of mind-altering drugs, he spent his short, bright tenure as a rockstar searching for the breach points in those barriers: the famous "Doors of Perception."
And that is why The Doors are called The Doors and not The San Fran Drug Lovin' Band. True story.
"And if my eyes are windows, does that make my nose the exhaust port? Of my soul?" Jim wondered, for most of the '60s. (Photo from Flickr, julio zeppelin, CC BY-ND 2.0)
As a veteran trainer and WATM in-house ruckstar, Max Philisaire is likewise obsessed with the Doors of Perception, but rather than approaching the breaching issue as a question of which weed strain to choose, Max would prefer that you simply squat so hard that the doors implode.
For the record, Max is only squatting hard enough here to ruffle the drapes. (Go90 Max Your Body screenshot)
Because this is Max. Max's front door doesn't have a mat, it has a moat. Max's doorbell is a grip test. His mail slot is a bazooka. Max hopes Weakness tries knocking, so he can breach his own door outward and sick himself on the whole Weakness sales force.
In this episode, Max is out to rock the socks right off your under-developed legs. Breaching doors is a key skill in modern urban combat and Max wants your quads, hamstrings and glutes to be up to the task. You will proceed through a progression of squat drills designed to send your legs a message, a message that reads: Ten hut, ham hocks!"
**1-up** Boop boop bee do do do. (Go90 Max Your Body screenshot)
Oh. But if you're thinking of knocking on Max's door to thank him?
Watch out for the mail slot.
Watch as Max sneezes and the gym falls over, in the video embedded at the top.