Front Squat vs Back Squat | How to Build Stronger Legs

Although the Front Squat isn’t as popular as the Back Squat, it might present some extra benefits to build general strength and muscle mass that you might not find in the Back Squat.

In this video I explain how the Front Squat compliments your Leg Training much better than the Back Squat, since it prioritizes areas not covered by the Deadlift, and when paired toghether they can train your legs in the full spectrum.

The Front Squat is also a great weakness exposer, since it demands upper back mobility (flexibility + strength) and also pretty decent ankle dorsiflexion, which makes it a harder exercise to master.

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