3. Unilateral Squats
Like the other single-leg exercises in this routine, doing a one-legged squat helps you concentrate on the muscles you’re working, so you get faster results.
Stand with feet hip-with apart, then lift your right heel off the floor so you’re balancing on your left foot and right toes. Bend your legs to do a squat, lowering yourself toward the floor, chest open and facing forward. Return to standing and complete the set; switch sides.
Tip: To help protect your knees, sit back and down as if sitting into a chair that’s behind you. For less intensity, do the squat using both legs together.