One Legged Squat

As if standard squats aren't challenging enough,'s going to crank it up a notch. If you're just beginning a fitness journey, don't be disappointed if you struggle with the One-Legged Squat. As a strength exercise, the single-leg movement of this micro-workout can be difficult to master. The one-legged squat helps to reduce spinal compression and knee pain while improving your balance and core stability. As well, this squat engages small muscle groups like the abductors and gluteus medius.