Barbell Kneeling Squats
- In a power rack, set the barbell to where your shoulders will be when kneeling. Set up behind the barbell. Kneel on a padded surface. Place yourself underneath the barbell, positioning it across your shoulders.
- Tighten your core and drive your glutes forward as you lift the barbell from the rack. Slowly sit back, keeping a braced form with your upper body.
- When your butt touches your calves, drive your glutes forward again as you slowly return to the starting position. Repeat.
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Barbell kneeling squats is a gym work out exercise that targets glutes & hip flexors. Refer to the illustration and instructions above for how to perform this exercise correctly. Front barbell squats, hip raises / butt lift / bridges and foam roller glutes / butt stretch are related exercise that target the same muscle groups as barbell kneeling squats. Visit our directory for more exercises.
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