Single-Leg T-Squat

Calisthenics / Pilates / Intermediate

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How to do the Single-Leg T-Squat:

Muscles Worked

Quads secondary Calves secondary Lower back secondary Glutes secondary Hamstrings primary Muscles diagram

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The single-leg t-squat is a calisthenics and pilates exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings and to a lesser degree also targets the quads, calves, lower back, and glutes ...more

The single-leg t-squat is a calisthenics and pilates exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings and to a lesser degree also targets the quads, calves, lower back, and glutes.

The only single-leg t-squat equipment that you really need is the following: . There are however many different single-leg t-squat variations that you can try out that may require different types of single-leg t-squat equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper single-leg t-squat form is easy with the step by step single-leg t-squat instructions, single-leg t-squat tips, and the instructional single-leg t-squat technique video on this page. The single-leg t-squat is a n/a exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the single-leg t-squat video, learn how to do the single-leg t-squat, and then be sure and browse through the single-leg t-squat workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Inhale on the way down, and exhale on the way up.
  2. The more you straighten your arms in front of you, the harder the exercise gets.
  3. Try to get as low as you can with each squat while keeping your back leg raised.

Variations

  1. Hold your arms straight out in front of you for the hardest difficulty or closer to your body to make it easier.
  2. Hold the squats for an extended time.
  3. Perform the movement while holding a medicine ball or other weights.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Tips

  1. Inhale on the way down, and exhale on the way up.
  2. The more you straighten your arms in front of you, the harder the exercise gets.
  3. Try to get as low as you can with each squat while keeping your back leg raised.

Variations

  1. Hold your arms straight out in front of you for the hardest difficulty or closer to your body to make it easier.
  2. Hold the squats for an extended time.
  3. Perform the movement while holding a medicine ball or other weights.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound