Single Leg Squat: Progression 1/3

by Harold E. Rose, Jr.


This exercise is good for establishing core stabilization and balance. The hip-knee-ankle on the left side of the body and the hip-knee-ankle on the right side of the body are addressed independent of each other. Imbalances are equalized because the body is trained to be unilaterally stable. Many activities engender developing the strength and functionality of on side of the body over the other. The body should be bilaterally even. By equalizing left/right imbalances, the body can continue to be active. For more information, see my blog Single Leg Squatting: Stability and Flexibility

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Harold E. Rose, Jr.

Harold E. Rose, Jr. IDEA Author/Presenter

Harold E. Rose, Jr. Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor and Tai Chi Therapist Providing clients with workable health and fitness solutions so that they can look better, perform better, and feel better. You can: Lose weight Improve total cholesterol Increase endurance Improve functional strength Increase overall strength Improve flexibility . . . I will provide you with a personalized fitness regimen to help you to achieve your goals. I will help you in your journey to achieve better health, wellness and fitness. Contact me by phone (480.247.2502) or e-mail ( Be Healthy. Be Ageless. Be You. Special Offer – your first training session is free with a purchase of 3 sessions at the limited time, special rate price. You can find informative videos on fitness and exercise posted on my profile page. Please visit the blogsite at Ab-Sutra Health and Fitness Coaches, LLC. Recent Blogs: Front body/Back body, how’s your posture?