If you’re looking to try out a new exercise then you should give sumo squats a go. Perfect for targeting your inner thighs, this exercise can improve your balance and build up your lower body strength.
The sumo squat is a sophisticated exercise that uses your bodyweight to activate muscle groups throughout your body, with it especially targeting your lower muscles. For the sumo squat, you need to take a wider stance than the hip-width stance associated with the traditional squat.
Maintain a straight back as you lower yourself from a standing to a squatting position. Squeeze your glutes and straighten your legs to stand up. Repeat this action as many times as you need to reach the appropriate number of reps.
For a more advanced sumo squat variation, add weight. To do a dumbbell sumo squat, you have a few options: Hold a dumbbell in each hand at your shoulders or hips or hold one heavier one at your chest.
Of if you want to do a kettlebell sumo squat, hold a kettlebell with one hand on each side of the handle and hold the weight at the center of your chest as you go through the range of motion. Don't let the weight pull you forward, though. 토토
How To Sumo Squat?
The conventional way to perform a sumo squat is with a single dumbbell, or kettlebell.
Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width with your feet pointed at a 45 degree angle.
Holding a dumbbell from the top on one end, push your hips back and squat down slowly, keeping your upper back straight and chest open and up.
Pushing through your heels, engage your core and come down until the dumbbell slightly touches the ground, or until your legs are parallel to the floor.
Pause, then push back through your heels, chest up and core braced.
Repeat for as many reps as needed.