The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

If your program contains many front squats, Olympic movements, and wall balls, you might want to add in low-bar back squats and hinge movements to stay balanced. The front squat and its variants emphasize the anterior (thigh) muscles, while the low-bar back squat and...
The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

If your program contains many front squats, Olympic movements, and wall balls, you might want to add in low-bar back squats and hinge movements to stay balanced. The front squat and its variants emphasize the anterior (thigh) muscles, while the low-bar back squat and...
The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

If your program contains many front squats, Olympic movements, and wall balls, you might want to add in low-bar back squats and hinge movements to stay balanced. The front squat and its variants emphasize the anterior (thigh) muscles, while the low-bar back squat and...
The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge

If your program contains many front squats, Olympic movements, and wall balls, you might want to add in low-bar back squats and hinge movements to stay balanced. The front squat and its variants emphasize the anterior (thigh) muscles, while the low-bar back squat and...