How To Do A Front Foot Elevated Dumbbell Split Squat To Step Up Squat Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide
The Front Foot Elevated Dumbbell Split Squat To Step Up Squat, also known as the skater step up, is an awesome leg exercise combo that targets the
quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes.
To get started:
While holding a pair of dumbbells by your sides, set up a step in front of you, and place one foot firmly on top of the step, with your chest slightly leaned forward.
With your opposite foot, lunge backward by forming a 90 degree angle with your knee.
Then bring your back foot up on top of the step, beside your other foot, and push your hips back to lower yourself into a quarter squat position, and hold for 2 seconds.
Stand up, then reverse the movement with the same leg back into a reverse lunge.
Repeat all reps with one leg, then switch legs and repeat.
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