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The Difference Between a Front and Back Squat, Beyond the Bar Placement

Both front and back squats can build powerful legs and a strong body. Where they primarily differ, other than where and how the barbell is carried, is which muscles each exercise emphasizes, how mobile you need to be to do them, and where each one belongs in a training program. Read more...
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