Exercise of the Week: “Sumo” Squats

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This week’s exercise is called a “Sumo” squat.

Sumo squats work your inner thighs and your gluteus maximus muscles (also known as your “rear end”).

You can perform these at the gym or in your living room, and can hold some weight in front of you for a more advanced routine.

Some tips while doing the Sumo squat:

  1. Keep your back straight so you don’t put too much pressure on your lower spine.
  2. Try to get your legs parallel to the ground to get the most out of the exercise.
  3. Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions, and increase the amount of repetitions as you get stronger.

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Erika
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Erika, the founder of Musings From a SAHM, is happily married and a homeschooling mom to four children. She lives in New Hampshire and has a passion for writing, encouraging other moms, her family, and Jesus. She also enjoys baking, spending time with friends, and is an aspiring photographer.

Comments

  1. Leah Walker says:

    I wonder if this would make me have a rear end? Lol. I hear people all the time complain about having a big one but it has to be better than not having one at all. My husband and I neither one have one. My daughter does. She got both my sister’s rear ends. Lol. I need desperately to tone all of me and this sounds like something I might would actually do. Maybe?

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