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Reps: 10 per side
This one-legged version takes traditional wall squats to the next level and works quads and glutes, Holland says.
How to do it: Stand with your back flat against the wall in a squat position, knees bent at 90 degrees, feet hip-width apart (hands on hips or out to the sides against the wall for a greater challenge). Extend one knee until shin is parallel to the floor and straighten up by pushing against the wall and straightening your supporting leg. Lower back down and repeat 10 times and switch legs for 2 sets.
No floor space? No problem! This total-body workout uses a single wall to challenge every part of your body
fit woman in workout gear leaning up against a wall
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