Powerlifting

Front Squat Tutorial


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The Front Squat is a foundational movement for success in weightlifting due to its high specificity to the Clean & Jerk. Max Aita and Colin Burns are here to show you some finer points of Front Squat technique, including:

-Hand Placement/Grip

-Elbow Positioning

-Knee Movement

-Foot Pressure

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