Squatting With Alternating Wave

Squatting With Alternating Wave

What muscles do Squatting With Alternating Wave work?

Squatting with Alternating Wave is a full-body exercise that targets several muscle groups, including the quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and calves. It also engages the core, lower back, and hip stabilizer muscles, as well as the muscles of the upper body, including the chest, shoulders, and arms, when used with weights or resistance bands. This exercise helps improve overall strength, power, and balance.

How do you do a Squatting With Alternating Wave?

Here are the steps to perform Squatting Alternating Waves:

  • Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding AguaForce weight in each hand.

  • Begin by squatting down, keeping your back straight and your weight in your heels.

  • As you stand back up, lift one arm up and down, while keeping your other arm at your side.

  • Lower your arm, then repeat the squatting motion, this time lifting your other arm.

  • Continue alternating arms with each squat repetition.

It's important to maintain good form and not to let your knees go past your toes during the squatting motion, to prevent injury. You can also vary the speed and intensity of the waves for a more challenging workout.