How to Do
How to Do Assisted Single Leg Box Squat
The assisted single leg box squat exercise 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 assisted single leg box squat.
Beginning Single Leg Box Squat
Stand on one leg, with one foot pointed straight ahead and the other leg's knee slightly bent. You can keep your arms at your sides or extend them for balance. Maintain a straight back by rolling your shoulder blades back. Maintain a balanced weight distribution across the ball of your foot, an upright upper body, and a forward-facing head.
Single Leg Box Squat Movement
1. Raise the non-supporting foot slightly off the floor.
2. Reduce to a squat by keeping the supporting leg's knee centered over the ball of the foot. Begin with shallow squats and gradually increase the depth of your squats.
3. Rep on each leg for a total of 10 squats. Three sets should be your goal.
Single Leg Box Squat Benefits
The single-leg squat is a good way to challenge your balance while also working your core muscles. Adding a Bosu ball to your workout can help you focus more on improving your balance.
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