Back squats are hard enough for your hips right?
But they are also hard on your T-spine (upper back).
Especially if you want to back squat with a barbell on your back.
And if you want to lift a decent amount of weight this is how you want to be squatting.
It’s hands down the best way squat tonnes of weight in the gym.
The problem is that some of us have a lot of trouble getting the barbell in a good and comfortable position on our back.
Most of the time it isn’t that you don’t know how to do it.
It’s that your back is so jammed up you just can’t get it far enough down on your back and use your upper traps and rear delts as a shelf for your barbell.
If you’re wanting to hit some PR’s this is the way to go.
But if your shoulders are rounded and you can’t even scratch the middle of your back, you’re not gonna have any chance of hitting the numbers you want and deserve.
So you just need to follow a few drills, open up your back, and then learn how to use this newfound mobility.
Yes, that’s exactly what I’ve done in this video for you.