Elevated Split Squat
"I really like rear-foot elevated split squats because you get a great hip flexor stretch, you get great stability out of your hip, and you activate your glutes, which helps with back pain and leg pain." He highly recommended this move for people who sit a lot.
- Begin by placing the top of your right foot on the bench, with your left leg straight. Bend your left knee, engage your right glute, and lower your pelvis toward the ground. You want your left foot out far enough so that when you lower your hips, your knee stays directly over your ankle.
- Straighten your left leg and rise back up to the starting position.