Sissy Squat Regular
- Abs Sissy squat helps to build strength, muscle, and improve your core.
As an alternative to the basic bodyweight squat, you can this in conjunction with a regular free weight barbell squat allowing you to sit deep into the squat putting a real emphasis on the hamstrings and glutes.
- The major muscle that sissy squats target is the quadriceps, which are a collection of four muscles that run down the front of your upper thighs and are responsible for flexing your knees.
- Your gluteus maximus, the largest muscle in your butt, is recruited, but it simply acts as a stabilizer along with your abdominals and obliques to help prevent your back from collapsing as you lower into the squat.
Sissy Squats are a great way to build strength and stability in the glutes, quads, and hamstrings. They are an effective exercise for developing balance and coordination while also working on core stability. Sissy Squats can be performed as part of a warm-up or as part of a full-body workout routine. They can be done using bodyweight or with added resistance such as bands or weights. With proper form and technique, Sissy Squats can help you reach your fitness goals faster and more effectively.