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Old 04-29-2013, 12:46 PM   #11
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I haven't, I've seen people do it. It's not something I have ever thought of trying tbh
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that's a good suggestion. i haven't worked with these very much, but the times i did, i was shocked at how little weight i could use and how difficult they felt compared to regular squats. even just using the bar, i agree it's a good way to get the groove down for any squat variation. i think if you could improve on overhead squat, back and front squat will be easy.
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Find out what mob issue is needed to be addressed. Then do something every day yo help. Rolling, stretching whatever works for you. Go easy with anything new and explore. Check out san fran c crossfit on yt for.some.ideas. Hips are often the main culprit. Ankle mob to.

When you have captured the ROM often just doing thr lift.often enough will do the job of maintaining the poss.


I find doing a few sets with just the bar is good for the squat. You can play with stance and grip to help. Lots of pausing deep into the hole is good. I also to finish a set with some bnp yo get the shoulders mob too.
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