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You can also find bar stools in a variety of sizes and heights. You will find out that the height is one of the most important aspects of the bar stool. This is why it's very important for you to measure the table, bar, or countertop properly so you can get the perfect stool.
Metal bar stools are thought to generally be more durable, can withstand outdoor weather and will last through the years. Sometimes wood is combined with metal to create a bar stool that has the traditional look of wood but with the durability and strength of metal.
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The Back Squat (or called simply the Squat) is great for developing overall lower body and core strength such as the quadriceps, hamstrings, lowering back and abdomen to name only a few areas. A set of heavy squats actually hits every muscle in the body. It is sometimes called the king of lifts (sometimes, however, the Deadlift gets that title). The Back Squat is called such because the location of the bar is on back of your body behind (in back of) your neck. There are two different bar positions for the back squat. The bar may be in the powerlifting (low bar) bar position in which the bar is against your shoulder blades or it may be in the Olympic bar (high bar) position resting on your trapezius muscles. The back is arched. The feet are placed fairly far apart when powerlifting but closer together when doing an Olympic style Back Squat. The difference between low bar and high bar squats is that low bar squats utilize the posterior chain more and more weight can be lifted. For both types, the thighs must be at least parallel or below parallel at the bottom of the lift.
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