Could someone please explain how you do squats and lunges for the thighs?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
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- IvarLv 41 decade ago
The main difference between doing squats to target your thighs and traditional squats is how close together you keep your feet and how high up on your back you keep the bar. To target your thighs you should keep your feet relatively close together and the bar all the way up just behind your neck. Before you start squatting with weight measure with the empty bar how low you must go for your thighs to be parallel, or slightly below parallel with the floor. Then only load the bar with a weight that allows you to do 10 reps all the way down and don't "lock out" your knees at the top, in between reps. When you do lunges, try not to bend over, but keep your upper body as erect as possible while dropping as deep down on each step as you can.
- 1 decade ago
Well a lunge is when you take a larger step forward and bring your bent knee close to the floor.
And squat is squating and touching the floor and standing up and repeating