Try This Hip Dominant Squat For Low Range of Motion or Knee or Ankle Pain
This hip dominant squat is a great variation for those with knee pain or ankle pain, and who can't get the full range of motion. Check it out in the video below and read on for exercise details!
1. Get started by pinching the exercise ball between your back and a wall, it should be situated in the small of your back.
2. Make sure your feet are about hip-width apart and push the ball back into the wall.
3. Move down into a squat like you are taking a seat at a table.
4. Slowly push back up.
This exercise gives you a nice and controlled squat, and if you're looking for more of a challenge, try it out with one leg! If you need to purchase a ball, head over here to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, Rehabilitation Health earns from qualifying Amazon purchases.
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