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one legged squat

Rounding your lower back during squats can cause pain and injury. So why is it allowed during one-legged squats?
You'll be a big fish in a little pond when you can crank out reps of the shrimp squat.
Pistols are valuable for proprioception, which means anyone who runs, works, or moves around on an uneven surface will benefit from training them.
The Cossack squat is a great drill for flexibility, for mobility, and as a dynamic warm up for any lower-body activity.
This week, Al demonstrates a step-by-step approach to mastering the pistol squat.
Every approach is simple to implement, but could make the difference in reaching your next personal record - or reaching the bottom of your pistol squat.
This flow would be good to do before a lifting session with squats, performing a workout with pistols, or running.
I've changed my mind about using the rings to advance your pistol skills, and here's why.
Flexibility is the factor that holds most people back from doing a pistol. Here are two great approaches to build that flexibility.
Consider this article to be a user’s manual of sorts for the pistol, complete with a step-by-step progression as well as a troubleshooting guide.
Pistol squats are the bane of my existance. So I put this video together to help all those who struggle with this challenging, but fun movement.
Looking for some new moves to add to your workout routine? Or tips to make your training better? In these 8 videos, our experts cover everything from burpees to yoga stretches.
This week we give tips on how to develop your one legged squat. A challenging movement, it requires a combination of strength, balance, and flexibility.