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How To Do Goblet Squat ???

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How To Do Goblet Squat ???

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Want to learn how to do a Goblet Squat ? Read on further for detailed workout instructions, notes, video and pro tips for learning proper form and train better for it.

 

WHAT IS A GOBLET SQUAT ?

Goblet squat is a very popular exercise invented by Dan John, this exercise is highly beneficial for Quadriceps, glutes and hamstrings.

 

WHAT MUSCLES DOES GOBLET SQUAT WORKOUT ?

Primary muscle: The muscles that are primarily benefited by this exercise are Quadriceps. 

Secondary muscle: Calves, Shoulders , Glutes and Hamstrings are secondarily effected by this exercise.

 

WHAT EQUIPMENT DOES GOBLET SQUAT REQUIRE ?

You just need a pair of Dumbbells to perform this exercise.

 

HOW TO DO A GOBLET SQUAT ?

Performing the 6 steps below, you will be able to do this exercise properly:
1. Stand straight with your feet and shoulders wide apart, and hold a dumbbell between your hands by one end near your chest.
2. Now squat down with a sightly arched back by pushing your hips back.
3. Continue down until your thighs are parallel to the ground.
4. Hold there for a moment.
5. Now get back to the start position by standing up slowly.
6. Repeat until you’ve hit your targeted reps.

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF PERFORMING GOBLET SQUAT ?

This exercise is little Hard to perform.

 

WHO ALL CAN PERFORM GOBLET SQUAT ?

Anyone can perform this exercise easily.

 

ARE THERE ANY OTHER EXERCISES BENEFITING THE SAME PRIMARY MUSCLES AS GOBLET SQUAT DOES ?

Yes, Following are the 5 exercises which benefits the same primary muscles as goblet squat does:

1. Bodyweight Walking Lunge
2. Barbell Step-up
3. Dumbbell Side Lunge
4.Barbell Squat
5.Machine Hack Squat

This is just not enough. Find out the other best bodybuilding exercises here.

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