How to Do Jefferson Squat
The jefferson squat should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the jefferson squat.
Beginning Jefferson Squat
To perform this movement, you'll need to take a wide stance and straddle your barbell. You should now squat with one hand in front of your body and the other behind it, keeping your glutes tense. When you raise up, make sure to force your knees out so that you not only activate but also keep your glutes working throughout the set.
Jefferson Squat Movement
1. Your foot placement is also critical.
2. Check that your feet are shoulder-width apart.
3. Keep your toes slightly pointed outward.
4. You should also consider performing the exercise with wrist straps to change things up.
5. You can experiment with a wider and closer stance to make the exercise more difficult or easier.
Jefferson Squat Benefits
1. It is an exercise that is beneficial to the lower back.
2. It will increase adductor strength.
3. It's a multi-planar motion.
4. It's an anti-rotational workout.
5. It will necessitate a high level of core stability.
6. If you're looking to build leg hypertrophy, this is the place to be.
7. It can add variety to your exercise routine.