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Unread 12-02-2008, 11:20 AM
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front squats can work or can be problematic depending on upper back strength/endurance. they often don't go well for multiple sets of high reps. it might actually be better to use fronts as the primary exercise (sets of 5) and then back squats for the higher reps because of this

alternately, split squat might be a better choice since it doesn't require quite the upper back stabilization and can be done for higher reps more easily
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