Muscles: Legs, Butt


Attach the strap and insert the handle bar into both loops.

Starting Position

With shoulder-width stand in squat position go under the bar between the straps and position the bar on the back of your shoulders. Look forward. The center of gravity rests on the entire sole of the feet. Hip joint is lower than the knee joint.


Push yourself up until the legs are almost stretched. The back is always straight, also the belly becomes tense. During the downward movement, the buttocks are led back as far as possible.


The knees are pushed outwards and they always stay over the feet. The legs are not stretched out in the final position to keep the muscles under tension and to protect the knee joint.




The squat is a technically demanding exercise. We recommend learning it with low resistance.