- Still can be used as a “power” movement in your routine, giving you the option to go relatively heavy to tear those quads up.
- Working on driving your knees out is essential in both movements! Don’t forget about that abductor machine.
- You still have to focus on your core, keeping your lats tight and your chest up and your breathing technique as you would as a back squat. Note that keeping your chest up is crucial because once that chest drops, the weight drops.
- The range of motion is the same, or even better than a back squat because one can go lower without as much lower back pressure.
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- by Connie K
- Sun, Nov 04, 18
- 3 min read