Primary � Quadriceps
Secondary � Hamstring, buttocks
Stand in the basic position with
your feet parallel, legs slightly bent and the feet not wider
apart than your hips. The tip of your feet should be pointing
outwards with your stomach and buttock tense, and the head in
line with the spine. Beginners can place their hand on their
hips or thighs.
Bend and lower your body. Bend
your knees and lower your body.
Upper part of the body will lean
a little forward during the course of the exercise.
Bend, till the legs are at an
angle of about 90%
After stretching, your legs
return back to the starting position.
Don�t forget to breathe
correctly during the course of the exercise.
Remember to keep your knees,
thighs and tip of feet in line, besides you should be able to
see the tips of your feet in front of your knees even in the