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    Lightbulb Rethinking KB Front Squat: Focus on 4 parts Form

    Ever since seeing Will Williams demo the KB Front Squat at last year's denmark cert i've been intrigued by the grace of the move, trying to get each component working.

    Since doing z health, beyond the breathing and the posture, a few more points have come into play: head/eye alignment and posture.

    Trying to put all these components of form, alignment, breath, and of course tension together is the subject of this blog post reflection.

    your thoughts/comments welcome


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    Last edited by mc; 11-21-2008 at 07:04 AM.

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    An insightful post, Com. mc!

    On the "tall spine": make sure that the emphasis on the cue does not inhibit the lats and the diaphragm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavel Tsatsouline View Post
    An insightful post, Com. mc!

    On the "tall spine": make sure that the emphasis on the cue does not inhibit the lats and the diaphragm.
    dang! one more thing to add to the list of things to practice! will put your observation into the post. it's really cool that such a seemingly simple move has such nuances -

    thanks Pavel.

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