Front squat: 4×8
5 Front squat (135/95)(from the floor)
10 front squat
15 Front squat
20 front squat
Front squat Friday…but on a Wednesday! Keeping y’all on your toes(not literally) one squat at a time. Moderately high rep range today so pick a weight that you can maintain for all sets and reps(70ish%).
From there we have an amazing couplet of front squats and rowing! Front squats can be one of the single greatest movements for rowing performance. Holding the bar on your shoulders instead of your back, like in a back squat, emphasizes a more upright torso that requires more core strength, more upper back strength, and more quadriceps strength, all muscles that you need to hit those low splits. The bottom position of a front squat is also a similar position to the rowing catch, making the strength built in the front squat more likely to carryover to rowing than the back squat. So, nothing like a pairing of the two for time!
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