• Andrew Clark

Single Leg Squat Progressions

The single leg squat is a basic but fantastic measure of overall function of the lower limb. It tests both strength and flexibility of the ankle, knee and hip. Having a good single leg squat can dramatically reduce your risk of sustaining a lower limb injury.


The 3 main points we look for are:


1) Does the knee track straight

forward over the toes (good) or does it collapse inwards (poor)?


2) Does the trunk stay centred over the foot (good) or does it sway out to the side (poor)?


3) Is there an even contribution from ankle, knee and hip (good) or is there a preference/dominance of one of the joints (poor)?




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