The Split Squat

The Split Squat

Benefits: As a starting position, the Split Squat will enable multiple planes of movement. Balance: There are 2 versions of this stance (see featured image). The left version provides a larger foundation and therefore a lot more balance than the narrow footed version....
The 90/90 Squat

The 90/90 Squat

Benefits: As a starting position, our 90/90 squat allows a variety of movements. This position relies on good flexibility in the hips and strong core engagement. Anything you do from this position will further strengthen your core stabilizing muscles and, at the same...
The Sumo Squat

The Sumo Squat

Benefits: The Sumo Squat relies on the glute complex for stabilisation. This position is particularly good for strengthening your core as it de-stabilizes the body in the front and rear plane. Unlike a standard squat, the Sumo engages more of the hamstring complex....
Wide Tandem Stance

Wide Tandem Stance

Benefits: This is a much more pivotal starting point than the *neutral stance (*feet hip distance apart). It allows a much greater variety of movements, including, rotation, and single leg exercises while keeping the body relatively stable. Get Set: From a *neutral...
Tandem Stance

Tandem Stance

Benefits: The narrow Tandem Stance is quite a useful starting position. It requires a lot more focus on balance and allows more range of motion for sideways movements. Get Set: Simply place one foot directly in front of the other. Progressions   Try to experiment...