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Front Foot Elevated Split Squat

How To Do A Front Foot Elevated Split Squat Exercise Video Demonstration And Guide

The front foot elevated split squat is a variation of the traditional squat, that allows you to isolate the muscles in each leg independently.

In this split squat variation, we’re elevating the front foot approximately six inches high, to increase the range of motion, and make the exercise more challenging.

To get started:

  1. Place the front foot on a box or riser with your other leg 2-3 feet behind it.
  2. Keep your chest up, so your upper body remains perpendicular to the ground throughout the movement.
  3. Lower your back knee until it’s 1-2 inches above the ground, or until your front thigh becomes parallel to the ground.
  4. Then press your feet through the ground to go back to the starting position.
  5. Repeat.

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