3. Sumo Squat
This squat will strengthen the torso and buttocks. First, you need to stand with your feet in a wide stance and the toes pointing to the side. Lower yourself by bending the knees and pressing the hips back and once your thighs are parallel to the floor, come back and repeat.
4. Reaching Sumo Squat
This squat adds some cardio. First, stand with feet wider than shoulder-width apart and your toes slightly turned out. Then, hold arms in front of your hips, hanging there. Just push your hips back and squat down, keeping your chest up and knees out, hand should still be hanging. As you stand to your tippy toes, swing arms around and reach for the sky. This variation helps you keep your torso lifted throughout the exercise, while giving your glutes extra attention.
5. Oblique Squat
This one is the best for the hips. The position is the same. Stand with the legs at shoulder-width apart, do a squat like you normally do, just as you go upwards from the squat you will need to squeeze and crunch with you leg. Do this with one leg and then the other one.
6. Jump Squat
This is the best exercise for the arms. Start with standing with your feet shoulder-width apart. Do a regular squat first, then engage your core and jump up explosively. When you land, lower your body back into the squat position to complete one rep. Land as quietly as possible, which requires control.
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