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Old 10-04-2010, 04:09 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Best of luck Kman. I personally think I could handle front squats better than back squats on Smolov, except for possible lower back and neck brutality. For some reason my CNS handles the eccentrics from front squats better.

Hope it works out well for you.
thanks man. i'm not sure how i'll handle it. i think my lower back may get too worn out, fronts hit them really hard.

also sometimes my knees end up a little sore from them... i'll see how my body deals with it
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I never really thought about it but you're right. Back squats are more taxing to me then front squats. Maybe it's the weight difference.

SFW Kman!
thanks man.
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i did smolov jr. for bench i got my 1 rep max up by like 20 lbs and helped me break through a plateau
good to know!
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