How to Adjust Your Hand Position For a Stronger Back Squat

Even though back squatting is a lower body exercise your upper body mobility and positioning can often have an impact on the lift.

For example, a lack of upper back, shoulder, or wrist mobility can make getting good tension through your upper back difficult and cause stress on the front of the shoulder.

In this video CDSF coaches Mike Sirani and Dan Jones cover how hand positioning can affect your squat and a couple chances you can make to get better upper back tension and potentially eliminate shoulder pain.

๐Ÿ‘Š Give these adjustments a try next time youโ€™re squatting and let us know how it goes!

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