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If you have flexible wrists, try this take on the quad-crushing barbell squat. Like the original, the front squat also works your hamstrings, glutes, calves and core.
Target your quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings, calves, and core with the crossed-arms barbell front squat.
Target your quads, calves, and core with the barbell squat.
Go wide. The wide-stance barbell squat works your hip adductors, as well as quadriceps, calves, and core.
Build up to more difficult single-leg squat variations with the partial single-leg squat. This move strengthens your quads, calves, and core.
Challenge your quadriceps, calves, and core with the pistol squat, a deep single-let squat.
Building stronger legs is as easy as standing up. Work your quads, calves and core with the single-leg bench getup.
Add inches to your vertical with the depth jump, a move that adds power to your quads and calves.
Test your core, quadriceps, and calves with the single-leg squat.
Add extra challenge to your core with the braced squat, a move that also targets your quads and calves.
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