Squat cosaque

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The cossack squat targets the quads, hamstrings, glutes, and hip adductors while also working your core, including your abdominals and lower back. Your hip, knee, and ankle joints and connective…

The Cossack squat can be used as a warm up, corrective, active recovery, and/or assistance exercise. Depending on your ability to perform the movement through the full range of motion with finite…

The Cossack Squat is practically a forgotten lower body exercise. It’s a movement that blends strength, flexibility and mobility. I’m covering it here for it’s usefulness and applicability. In a world where productivity requires us to sit for long periods of time, the Cossack Squat couldn’t be more suitable.

The Cossack squat is but a deep squat with one leg to the side. Because this position is asymmetrical you should practice it on both sides. The torso should be vertical with a proud open chest and packed and retracted shoulders. The top of the head should reach as high as possible towards the ceiling constantly “growing.”

The Cossack squat is a name for a squat that has you descend with most of your weight on one leg while the other leg is kept out straight and to the side. Thus, the other foot will typically have the heel on the ground but the rest of the foot up in the air. The arms are held somewhere out in front as a counterbalance.

Cette variante de squat est aussi appelĂ©e squat cosaque (cossack squat en Anglais) ou fente latĂ©rale. L’exerice consiste Ă  effectuer une flexion de jambe ver…