Just like any other Squat the Lopsided Kettlebell Squat is a great lower body exercise which works into the quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes. In addition to this, this exercise will be working the upper back and core to maintain alignment due to the single sided nature of the exercise.

Set yourself up by bringing a single Kettlebell into the front rack position, holding it really close into your chest. Your feet should be set up in a normal squat position - feet just wider than hip width apart and toes pointing outwards. From here, drop down into a squat position and squat as you would normally, being aware not to allow any movement side to side which is more likely to occur due to the uneven weight. You can extend your other arm out for balance or hold it on your hip, whichever feels best for you.

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