How do I perform a single leg squat to row with 2-arms?

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Wendy Batts
Fitness
When performing a single-leg squat to row with 2 arms, first select the amount of weight you want to use on the cable. Next, stand on one leg, making sure that your foot is pointed forward and your abs are drawn-in. Keep the other foot that is off the ground close -- but not touching -- the other leg you are standing on. Hold a cable in each hand. Slowly bend the stance leg like you are going to sit in a chair. Be sure your hips go back and your kneecap stays in-line with your 2-3 toes during your squat. Pause at the bottom and then return to the starting position. Fully squeeze your glutes at the top and then row your arms back by bringing your thumbs toward your armpits and squeezing your shoulder blades together. Avoid shrugging your shoulders or jutting head your forward. Return to the start position and repeat for the desired number of repetitions.
 
Face a cable machine and balance on one leg with the opposite leg lifted and placed directly beside the balance leg. Hold cables with your arms extended in front of your chest. Contract your glutes and perform a three-quarter squat. Simultaneously stand up from your squat and row with both arms contracting your shoulder blades and pulling your thumbs to your armpits. You should complete our row by the time your leg is fully extended.


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