2. Unilateral squat with medicine ball

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Sets: 3 / Trisets: 4 / Reps: 10

Target: quads

Why it works: This targets the muscle that stabilises your kneecap. There’s little point having bulging quads if your knees can’t support them.

  • Stand holding a medicine ball in front of you.
  • Bring your left leg up behind you.
  • Lower yourself as far as you can, then drive back up again.
  • Do ten reps on one side and swap sides on the next triset.

Unilateral squat with medicine ball

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Unilateral squat with medicine ball

exercises

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