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      07-03-2016, 04:11 AM   #20

Drives: 2008 135i 6MT
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Bury St Edmunds UK

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As stated from others you can use front squats or overhead squats to supplement your squat routine.

But if you don't have good ankle and thoracic mobility you can definitely develop pains from front squats.

It took me month's of stretching 3-5x a day to gain that mobility needed in my ankles and spine, having a office job did not help the cause, my co workers were like wtf are you doing.

If your looking for explosiveness you should look into a sprinting routine. I've added a sprinting routine 3x a week and it's help with explosiveness and strength in my squats. I use it as a conditioning tool after lifting.