IL 2 Squat with Leg Lifts Straight Back and Side MRPS

Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms at your sides.

With body weight toward heels and back straight, lower into a squat position.

Straighten legs and when you reach the standing position raise your right leg parallel to the ground.

Return to the starting position and repeat with the opposite leg.

This exercise can be done lifting the leg straight out in front, to the side and/or to the back.

Stand facing the wall with your feet close to the wall.

Sit your butt back as you lower yourself into a squat position... keeping your feet flat on the floor, your knees from touching the wall and your face close to the wall.

Try to go as low as possible... at least until your thighs are parallel to the floor.

Press back to the standing position.

In the beginning it might be necessary to move your feet back a little from the wall and/or place phone books under your heels.

As you get better, tear pages out of the phone book until you have your feet flat on the ground and move your feet closer to the wall.

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