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    squat replacement?


    i work out at home and have to make use of whats around. Deadliftings fine, instead of a bench ive got a machine i can use for a floor press, but im unable to squat because ive got nothing thats like a rack. suggestions?

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    lunges... db or bb.
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    Clean the bar and do front squats

    you can also do body squats - there are tons of variations you can do with body squats.
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    You can try zercher squats.
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    i have same problem, i dont have a squat rack so i can only squat what i can lift above my head and onto my shoulders, so i squat my 1 rep max on the shoulder press, 3 sets of 60 reps.
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    like said before, front squats. Also try jefferson squats, they are old school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsl View Post
    You can try zercher squats.
    Ka-POW! These things are god-awful but they hurt so good. You can also dead-start from the floor, no rack needed.
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    do half the movement for a clean and press, then front squat the weight. its like a dead that transitions to an upright row, while moving your elbows under the bar.
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    Learn how to do overhead squats.
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    I have to say that Zerchers are your best option here. You can start from the floor or you can go to home depot and buy a couple heavy saw horses to set the bar on to start from.
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