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12 Ways To Get A Good Leg Workout at Home

Reverse Lunge

The reverse lunge is a simpler version of the forward lunge. It can be a good option for beginners who want to start lunging. The first step is to stand with both arms down at the sides and both feet shoulder-width apart. Next, step backward with the left foot and lunge until the right leg creates a right angle. Make sure to keep the torso upright. Complete by returning to the initial position through the right heel. [3]

Front Squat

As the name implies, the front squat mainly works out the front area of the body, particularly the quads. To begin with, put a barbell on the front of the shoulders. You should hook the fingers with an underhand grip on both sides of the shoulder to provide more support. Bend the knees, sit back to the hips, and lower down to the ground. Make sure that the chest remains proud and the knees are out to resist the force to fall forward. Next, lower the body until the thighs are parallel to the floor or as further down as you can. Slowly return to the initial position. [4]