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Seated Squat

Seated Squat

By Topper Hagerman
posted: 10/19/1998

How to do it Sit in a chair with your feet about 4-5 feet apart and your forearms placed against your inner thighs. Keeping your back flat, bend at the waist and reach for the floor. Perform 2-3 repetitions and hold each repetition for 15-20 seconds. Next (at left) reach your palms out in front until you feel a comfortable pull. Perform 2-3 repetitions, holding each repetition for 15-20 seconds.

What it does This stretch works the inside thigh or groin muscles. It will prepare you to stay in control when skiing tough conditions, such as crud, packed powder and hardpack.

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