Like a lot of people, forward tilt and upper back rounding are a limiting factor for my front squat. It’s kind of inherent in my anthropometry (long femurs, short torso) but apart from continued flexibility drills to sit more upright, are there any particular exercises for the shoulders and upper back that help to grind up the weight with forward lean? The only idea I had (other than the usual shoulder work, pressing/push pressing and so forth) was to do heavy rack pulls. I have about the same amount of forward lean and upper back rounding as Akkaev does:
that hasn’t stopped him from cleaning 245, so obviously he has the shoulder and upper back strength to just grind it up.