Check out the differences in the angles between the front squat on the far right and the HBBS in the middle. The differences lend itself to the unique challenge of the front squat and due to the greater hip angle, reduces the use of the hamstrings in the movement. This movement is more upright and so places a more direct workload on your quads. Our quads are weaker than our hamstrings, and consequently, our 1RM FS will be less than our 1RM BS. 


MOB
A. Lateral Side Opener 
B. Super Front Rack

STRENGTH
10 mins to heaviest 5RM strict press

then after 10mins
3x5@80%

TABATA
Hollow rock holds

METCON
8min AMRAP

10 Front squats 135/95
15 Push ups

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