The 90-90 Split-Squat

Half-kneeling and split-stance exercises are beneficial for numerous athletes and trainees.  Whether your goal is to soothe knee and lower back pain, or to improve your performance on big lifts like squats and deadlifts, half-kneeling and split-stance exercises can be a fantastic addition to your program.

The video above gives you a brief introduction to the 90/90 split-squat.  And while you may quickly assume that you “already know how to lunge,” I would implore you to take 5 minutes out of your day to watch the video.  If you follow along and try the techniques I outline, I think you’ll find that the devil really is in the details.

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Finally, if you have any follow-up questions you’d like me to answer, just leave them in the “Comments” section below and I’ll get to them as soon as I can. Thanks!

All the best


P.S. – If this video has been helpful and you’d like to learn more about single-leg training, I would definitely recommend picking up a copy of the Single-Leg Solution.  This DVD and manual detail all of my single-leg progressions, along with technique and coaching cues.

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