Single Leg Chair Sits

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Move Targets: Glutes and Quads


Step-byStep:

Step 1: Stand in front of your chair with feet hip-width apart, toes pointing forward. The chest is up and lifted while the shoulders are back and down. Turn on your core muscles now before you start to lower.

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Step 2: Extend your arms out in front of you for good balance. Raise one leg up as high as you feel comfortable and send the hips back and down. Do not let the knee on your supporting leg come over your toes.

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Step 3: Once your hips meet the chair, stay activated! Naturally, you'll want to relax and lean back, but you need to lean slightly forward while keeping the quad muscle tight. You should really feel the burn in that standing quad and glute. one-leg-chair-sit


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