How to: Squat Walk
Primary Muscles Used:Upper Legs, Glutes, Quads, Gluteals, Hamstrings, Hip Abductors
- With a resistance band looped around your upper legs, plant both feet together on the floor. Looking straight ahead, bend at both the hips and knees, ensuring that your knees remain in line with your toes. Ensure that your back remains within a 45- to 90-degree angle to your hips. This is called a close squat position.
- Ensuring your hips remain level, take a step forward and outward with your left foot.
- Step your right foot forward and in toward your left foot to return to the close squat position.
- Ensuring your hips remain level, take a step forward and outward with your right foot.
- Step your left foot forward and in toward your right foot to return to the starting position. Continue alternating between right and left for the specified number of repetitions, inhaling for one repetition and exhaling for one repetition.
Alternative Exercises for Resistance Band
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