SYN Rings Thrusters: Stability Squat with Overhead
Start standing upright with the bar in both hands, palms forward, resting across the front of the shoulders. Feet should be slightly wider than hips or in any proper squat position. Bend knees and hips as you lower into a squat, continue until your elbows touch your knees than return to the standing position as you press the bar overhead. Be sure to stabilize the bar and SYN Rings as best as you can before repeating the exercise.
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