TROUBLESHOOTING THE SINGLE LEG SQUAT

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The Single Leg Squat is a super common and very useful exercise for lower body strength and hip/ankle stability. It requires a moderate level of biomechanical ‘know how’ in most cases but we’ve noticed a lot of coaching cues and ‘troubleshooting’ that misses the mark when it comes to how the hips, knees and ankles are MEANT to function.

Sports Physio Pete Colagiuri walks you through a few common misconceptions and fixes to positioning around hip, knee and ankle.
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