Strength

Single Leg Med Ball Box Squat

Perform the Single Leg Med Ball Box Squat to target your glutes and thighs. It enhances balance and stability by squatting on one leg with a medicine ball, also building strength and endurance.
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Single Leg Med Ball Box Squat instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Start by standing in front of a box or bench, with a medicine ball held at chest level.
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Lift your left leg slightly off the ground and balance on the right.
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Slowly bend your right knee and lower your body onto the box, while keeping the left foot off the ground.
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Once your butt touches the box, press through the right heel and stand back up to the starting position.
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Repeat on the other side after the desired number of reps.
Start by standing in front of a box or bench, with a medicine ball held at chest level.
Lift your left leg slightly off the ground and balance on the right.
Slowly bend your right knee and lower your body onto the box, while keeping the left foot off the ground.
Once your butt touches the box, press through the right heel and stand back up to the starting position.
Repeat on the other side after the desired number of reps.
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