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Old 03-16-2011, 08:52 PM   #4
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Welcoem to the forum.

If you goal is to build muscle you certainly can focus on front squats.

With that said, you could still use relatively lighter weight on regular squats and go for higher reps or rest pause.

Have you ever posted a video and had other competitors critique your back squat form? I by no means am trying to pull you back to back squats, but just want to make sure that if there is something we can do to fix them, that we make an effort.

Ultimately heavy front squats are just as hard, if not more on the lower back for me. And I have a very strong lower back. Mileage may vary.
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