Most lifters miss their front squats because they're weak out of the hole and unable to hold t-spine extension under load. By adding in a double pause at the half and full squat positions, you'll build insane isometric strength through the most difficult ranges of motion while putting the body under strength-building tension.

Double-Paused Front Squat

When To Do It

After your main lift, perform 4-5 sets of 4-5 reps with 50-70% 1RM, resting 60 seconds between sets.

Related:  7 Proven Ways to Boost Your Squat & Deadlift

Related:  How to Front Squat With Straps