Using a stability ball during the single leg squat allows the user to perform a squat in a partially assisted position. More importantly, the user presses the upper body into the ball making it more functional since we rarely squat straight up and down during activity. This exercise is also a great progression for those who cannot yet perform a single leg squat during rehabilitation. To make it more advanced simply add weights, perform with shoes off, or stand on an unstable surface.
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