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Stronger Legs with this 1 Exercise

Matt Skeffington

Matt’s primary role at Dynamic Strength and Conditioning is to make sure that our coaches and clients are consistently improving, all while operatin.

Matt’s primary role at Dynamic Strength and Conditioning is to make sure that our coaches and clients are consistently improving, all while operatin.

Nov 17 2 minutes read

Here at Dynamic we use a variety of single-leg exercises like lunges, step-ups and our favorite – the rear foot elevated split-squat 1.5 (RFESS 1.5). 

It's might sound fancy, but it's actually quite simple! 

These exercises are great for improving lower-body strength, balance, flexibility and building a great looking lower body.  

Because they tend to be higher in reps, they are a great weight loss tool.

In the video below, we cover one of the more challenging, but bang-for-your buck lower body exercises. 

Whether you are an athlete or someone looking to improve overall fitness the RFESS 1.5 is your go-to exercise. Enjoy!  



Key Points

  • Set-up in bottom position with back shoelace on bench

  • Keep 90% of your weight in front foot

  • Do not let front knee travel past toe

  • Stay tall as you lower into bottom position

  • Push through front foot to come up

  • Hold dumbells to make the exercises more challenging


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