Bodyweight

Single Leg Bodyweight Box Squat

The Single Leg Bodyweight Box Squat targets the thighs and buttocks while improving balance and leg strength. It's ideal for enhancing stability and strengthening lower body muscles.
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Single Leg Bodyweight Box Squat instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand straight about an arm's length away from a box or a bench with your arms extended in front of you.
2
Lift one foot off the ground, keeping it straight and extended in front of you. Stand on one leg.
3
Slowly bend your standing leg, lower your body towards the box or the bench behind you.
4
Touch your butt to the box or the bench gently, don't sit down completely.
5
Push your body back up to the starting position. Switch legs and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Stand straight about an arm's length away from a box or a bench with your arms extended in front of you.
Lift one foot off the ground, keeping it straight and extended in front of you. Stand on one leg.
Slowly bend your standing leg, lower your body towards the box or the bench behind you.
Touch your butt to the box or the bench gently, don't sit down completely.
Push your body back up to the starting position. Switch legs and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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