Wall squats with ball and mb
- Improves strength and definition in Quadriceps/top of the upper thigh.
- Improves strength and definition in Hamstrings/bottom of the upper thigh.
- Improves coordination in lower body.
- No excessive tension in front of pelvis, hamstrings/back of the upper thigh, and/or calves.
- Must be able to perform classic squat with proper posture.
- Place the Swiss Ball (Stability Ball) between the wall and the “small” of your lower back.
- Feet should be straight and together, and lower back should be straight.
- Raise one leg up until the knee is 90 degrees.
- Slightly bend the knee.
How to Do:
- Breathing in, squat down, allowing the ball to roll along the wall behind you until your knee is at 90 degrees.
- Breathing out, stand up slowly until knee is almost at 90 degrees, repeat.
- Should be able to perform dual leg version with proper posture.
- Knee and hips should be straight/level while performing movement.
- There should not be pain in the knee while performing.
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