Front Squats with Barbell
The normal squat is an exercise and strength training routine that is well known as a method for getting various parts of the body in shape. However, some people might not know that a modification to the original weighted squat may make it an especially beneficial workout for those who wish to flatten tummy muscles. Consider the following explanation of the modified workout, which are known as Front Squats with Barbell.
In Front Squats with Barbell the individual essentially performs otherwise normal squats with a weighted barbell resting across his or her chest, at shoulder level. Holding the barbell tightly to the chest, the individual spreads his or her legs about shoulder width apart and bends at the knees, bringing the upper body toward the floor. Standing upright again completes one front squat with barbell repetition. A set of these Front Squats with Barbell should help participants flatten tummy regions because the weight of the barbell, as well as its position, forces the individual to use his or her core and abdominal muscles in order to remain stable while performing the squats. Of course, the more weight a person puts on the barbell, the more difficult the Front Squats with Barbell exercise will prove to be.