Front Squat Push Press
Throughout the month of May we are focusing on conditioning moves. For this particular move we are using the Resistance 90. This is something you can do anywhere, whether you’re at home, the gym or on the go, just make sure you’re on sturdy ground.
This move is set up in a Tabata timing, so hit as many reps as possible in the allotted time. For this you or your client will have 15 rounds with 20 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest.
Start by having your client bring the bar all the way up to their their chest and then drop into a squat before fully extending all the way up. Once the 20 second work time is up, you can rest for those 10 seconds with arms at chest level or down at your side.
Pro Tip – Make sure yours or your clients feet are completely square to the floor and in a wider stance.
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