For me, my front squat sucks. There is a 110lb. differential between my Squat and front squat, I don’t know if that is normal or not, but “I” personally feel that the front squat is my worst exercise and my least favorite exercise to do so I am going to do them religiously over the summer.
What is the community doing about their worst exercises? Are you doing something about it or are you going to just ignore that exercise. Seems to me that our worst lifts are the ones that we should push the hardest on.[/quote]
To answer your question, there is a difference between the front squat and back squat if you don’t train specifically for a certain sport. Olympic Weightlifters have less of a gap between their Front Squant and Back than others because of how they train. I say don’t worry and keep pressing on.
But to add, my least favorite is Front Squat because of holding all that weight on my shoulders. I have to do them because it has a carryover when I do my conventional deadlifts in training or in competition. So, I will be pushing harder on front squats. Plus, they seem to wear me out faster due to all the stabilizing I have to do and getting in and out of the the hole.