Exercise Guide, Legs

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How to do Boxer Squats

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This exercise involves a form of bouncing that is not very energetic. This increases tension in the thigh and gluteal muscles. 

Major Muscles Worked 

  • Quadriceps

Other Muscles Worked

  • Glutes
  • Hamstrings
  • Lower Back

Boxer Squats Guide 

  • On a flat surface, stand with feet shoulder-width apart and with feet pointing forward. 
  • Get into a squat position ensuring your back still straight and knees are bent pointing forward. 
  • Now swing from left to right getting into a squat position at the center but once you swing to left the right leg is straightened and vice versa on the opposite side. 
  • Do 15 to 20 reps of the exercise. You may do more reps as by your own discretion or your own workout plan. 

Trainer’s Tips 

  • Ensure that your back is upright and core muscles tight and in for better muscle engagement. 
  • Increase your pace to get the most out of the exercise. 
  • Hold a dumbbell in each hand to make the exercise more challenging.

In this article, I will show you how to perform boxer squats, which are one of the most effective squat variations for strengthening your lower body #boxer #squats #exercise #focusfitness

Benefits of the Boxer Squats Exercise 

Boxer squats will build your leg muscles rapidly and increase lower body strength.

This exercise is ideal for weight loss as building your leg muscles boosts testosterone and human growth hormone, both which are essential for weight loss.

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