Zercher Squat Video

The complete exercise, from the floor.

A while ago I discussed the superb Zercher Squat, although the only videos I could find looked at the second part of the lift (rather than the full, deadlift from floor, exercise).

Here's Scott Herman demonstrating the complete Zercher. Good fun.

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