How To Do A Dumbbell Bulgarian Split Squat Exercise Video Demonstration and Guide
The rear elevated Dumbbell Bulgarian Split Squat is a great iso-lateral leg exercise that trains the
quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes.
To get started:
Elevate the back foot about 6 inches high to increase the range of motion, while placing the front foot 2-3 feet in front.
Keep your chest up so your upper body remains perpendicular to the ground throughout the movement.
Lower your front knee until it’s 1-2 inches above the ground or until your front thigh comes close to parallel to the ground.
Then press your feet through the ground to go back to the starting position.
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