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Resistance Band Squat To Side Leg Lift

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How To Do A Resistance Band Squat To Side Leg Lift Correctly

The resistance band squat to side leg lift is an exercise that hits the muscles in the legs, including the quadriceps and hamstrings, as well as hitting the glutes.

To get started:

  1. While standing, position your feet hip width apart while placing a resistance band underneath both feet.
  2. Hold the other side of the resistance band with your hands and stretch it up over your shoulders and across your upper back.
  3. With your core contracted, push your hips back, bend your knees, and keep your chest upright to lower into the squat.
  4. Once you reach parallel or below, press your feet through the ground to reverse the movement back to standing, then immediately complete a side leg lift by kicking one leg out to the side, then place that foot back on the floor.
  5. Complete another squat, then perform a side leg lift with the other leg.
  6. Repeat for reps.

Primary Muscles Worked

legs

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