in Quadriceps Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Quadriceps
Place a band around your lower legs. The resistance can be applied closer to your knees depending on your preference. The lower the band is, the more difficult it is to move.
Proceed into an athletic standing position. Your feet should be shoulder width away from each other, hips and knees slightly bent, and your head and chest up. This is your starting position.
Take a slow and long step forward with one leg. Keep yourself low as you do this.
Once your leg has landed, immediately follow it with your other leg doing the same manner. This time, your other leg must step in front of your lead foot. Continue to step forward in this manner. Your steps must be slow to ensure that the tension on the band is maintained and your legs are resisting the force of the band.
Continue to step forward until you’ve gained a certain amount of distance or completed your repetitions.
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