Movement #6 Front Squats
If you want to make some gains in the squat department, look no further! Similar to back squats, front squats will train your legs like no other machine could. Front squats place more emphasis on the quads and the core. Back squats work the glutes hamstrings, lower back, and quads. Front squats hit the quads and the core. When you squat in the front squat position, you are more upright and more of the core will get worked. This makes front squats a great accessory movement. I recommend utilizing front squats as the prime movement for your second leg day each week. The first leg session should be back squat dominant, while the second session should be front squat focused. Doing so will help to round out overall strength in the squat position.
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