Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Single-Leg Squat

Single-Leg Squat Strengthens the Quadriceps, Calves, Glutes

The Single Leg Squat Is An Advanced Lower Body Exercise That Needs No Equipment

I N S T R U C T I O N S
  • Stand on one foot with hands on hips, toe pointed forward. Draw in your abs.
  • Squat down on one leg as deep as possible driving the hips back. Align knee over toes.
  • Maintain balance throughout. Ensure weight is balanced, back doesn’t round or excessively arch, knee does not collapse inward, and torso and hips do not rotate.

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Virtual Fitness: How To Do Plank Walk-Ups

The Plank Walk-Up Is A Bodyweight Strength Exercise for Arms and Core Stabilizers
I N S T R U C T I O N S
  • Begin in an Elbow Down Plank position with elbows under shoulders. Palms flat.
  • Maintain a straight line from crown of head to your heels.
  • Feet slightly apart.
  • Keep neck long while looking at mat.
  • Slowly lift up off mat, one arm at a time, until elbows are straight. Place hands under shoulders
  • Slowly release downward into the start position.
  • Repeat for desired repetitions.
COMMON ERRORS: Body sagging toward mat. Shoulders lifting toward ears. Winging shoulder blades. Chin droops toward floor.

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