Hawaiian Squat

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How to do Hawaiian Squat

Hawaiian Squat

Hawaiian Squat Benefits


  • Hawaiian squat exercise requires a high level of balance, coordination, basic stability and leg strength. This movement is one of the most hard exercises, even for advanced exercisers.
  • The benefits of Hawaiian squat are remarkable in many ways. The purpose of this exercise with body weight is to improve balance, strength and coordination. Hawaiian squat increases mobility and flexibility of the ankle joint. It is a great exercise to strengthen the stabilizing muscles and increase stamina in the leg.
  • Bodyweight exercises are highly effective for building muscle and strength, as well as improving your coordination and functional fitness. Thanks to the Hawaiian squat, you can develop your single leg strength and muscles equally and thus benefit your overall athletic structure.


Muscles Worked in the Hawaiian Squat

Target - Quadriceps
Synergists - Gluteus Maximus
Synergists - Adductor Magnus
Synergists - Soleus
Dynamic Stabilizers - Hamstrings
Dynamic Stabilizers - Gastrocnemius
Stabilizers - Erector Spinae
Antagonist Stabilizers - Rectus Abdominis
Antagonist Stabilizers - Obliques
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