The Dumbbell Front Squat is a great exercise that primarily targets the quadriceps but also requires a lot of core strength as the dumbbells are held in front of the body.
Watch the DUMBBELL FRONT SQUAT: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform DUMBBELL FRONT SQUAT:
1. With your feet slightly wider than hip width, hold a pair of dumbbells at your sides, then clean them up to shoulder level.
2. You can hold them with a palms facing in grip with one end of the dumbbells resting on your shoulders, or for more challenge, hold them with an underhand grip with your palms facing your body.
3. Regardless of which grip you choose, ensure you keep your core contracted with your elbows up and facing forward.
4. As you lower into the front squat, bend at your hips back, bend your knees, and maintain an upright chest position, flat back, and a strong core.
5. Your knees should point in the same direction as your feet, and your thighs should lower until parallel to the ground or below.
6. Reverse the move by pressing your feet through the floor and extending your hips and knees to stand back up.
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