Jackson Sayers, B.Sc. (Kinesiology), discusses standing squat exercises with exercise tubing.
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Featuring Jackson Sayers, BSc (Kinesiology)
Duration: 48 seconds
For more advanced motion, you simply combine the two together.
That way you're activating both the upper and the lower at the same time. Simply when you get into your squat position, you go back and you pull the coat tubing down with you.
You come back up, you bring it up, you come back down, you bring the tubing with you. So you're getting a contraction on both sides of the muscle group, both the lower and the upper are being activated.
This is a very effective exercise for both strengthening the upper lats and the gluteal muscles in the low back. Repetitions are 15 to 20. Do it nice and slow and keep a concentration on being very much centered in your body and going at a very steady pace.
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