Balancing act: Single-leg squat - Women's Running

Balancing act: Single-leg squat

Author: Chris Macdonald

Read Time:   |  May 15, 2014

Balancing act: Single-leg squats will determine strong thighs andĀ improve uphill running and endurance.

Technique

  • Stand on your right leg.
  • Keep your tummy muscles tight and your back straight.
  • Bend your right knee and lower your body as much as possible.
  • Complete one set on the right before changing over to the left.

Be safe

The more you practise, the lower you will be able to squat.

 

Chris Macdonald

Editor-at-Large, Women's Running

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