Bulletproof Your Hamstrings with These 7 Easy Moves
Sumo Lat Squats
- Fasten a resistance band to an anchor, like the post of a squat rack, at about mid-torso height.
- Grab the resistance band with both hands. Make sure elbows are bent at 90-degree angles, and squeeze your shoulder blades back and down. There should be some light resistance in the band.
- With feet shoulder-width apart and your weight in your heels, squat back, like you're sitting in a chair, letting the resistance band keep you upright.
- Get as low as you can, then push back up through your heels, maintaining upright posture. Repeat.