The Vastus Medialus Oblique is a long muscle that assists with knee stability. Do you have shaky knees when you squat? Try this movement!
*VMO development is also an important part of lower body structural balance. This is one in a long series of “how to” videos to accompany my post on STRUCTURAL BALANCE – Check it out.
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Take your glutes and hamstrings out of the equation, and make your quads work overtime with this simple leg exercise.
This unilateral leg exercise is great for lower body structural balance and developing a stable base. You’ll build your VMO, stretch your hip flexors, and gain ankle mobility.
*Notice that my knee DOES travel forward over my toe, and my heel stays planted on the ground.
Championed by world famous strength coach Charles Poliquin, this step-up variation is great for developing the VMO- resulting in greater knee stability and decreased risk of injury.
One of the best exercises for overall strength development. Also, when strength training for weight loss, squats will burn huge amounts of calories. You’ll build muscle, improve body composition, affect hormone levels, and more.