Narrow Stance Static Squat

Calisthenics / Pilates / Intermediate

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How to do Narrow Stance Static Squat:

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narrow stance static squat is a calisthenics and pilates exercise that primarily targets the quads and to a lesser degree also targets the glutes and hamstrings ...more

narrow stance static squat is a calisthenics and pilates exercise that primarily targets the quads and to a lesser degree also targets the glutes and hamstrings.

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

Tips

  1. Knees should not pass the toes. This applies to all squatting exercises, except with some exceptions like a full squat.
  2. Keep your gaze looking forward and avoid rounding your back. Keep a natural arch in your lower back.
  3. Clasp your hands out in front your body or behind your back.
  4. Be sure your thighs and buttocks are at least parallel to the ground for maximum results.

Variations

  1. Pulse up and down slightly while your are in squat position. You only need to pulse up and down a few inches. You don't want to come up out of the squat position.
  2. Hold a weight plate with both hands out in front of your body to increase difficulty and target your shoulders at the same time.
  3. Wear a weighted vest to increase difficulty.
  4. Perform on one leg. This is a tough variation and should only be attempted if you are in great shape and someone is with you to help if need be.

Types

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

2 Review

  • lindepl1
    over 6 years ago
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    Don't wear a lot of clothes if you're planning on doing this one! It gets really intense as you go, especially after 1 or 1.5 minute

  • teeker
    about 3 years ago
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    sounds like it's perfect for downhill skiing

Tips

  1. Knees should not pass the toes. This applies to all squatting exercises, except with some exceptions like a full squat.
  2. Keep your gaze looking forward and avoid rounding your back. Keep a natural arch in your lower back.
  3. Clasp your hands out in front your body or behind your back.
  4. Be sure your thighs and buttocks are at least parallel to the ground for maximum results.

Variations

  1. Pulse up and down slightly while your are in squat position. You only need to pulse up and down a few inches. You don't want to come up out of the squat position.
  2. Hold a weight plate with both hands out in front of your body to increase difficulty and target your shoulders at the same time.
  3. Wear a weighted vest to increase difficulty.
  4. Perform on one leg. This is a tough variation and should only be attempted if you are in great shape and someone is with you to help if need be.

Types

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