Primary muscles: Thighs, core
Secondary muscles: Glutes
Equipment: Medicine ball / dumbbell
WALL SIT ROTATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Start in a squat position, with your thighs parallel to the floor, your back against a wall and hold a dumbbell or a medicine ball with both hands.
2. Twist your torso to the right, and then reverse the motion, twisting it to the left.
3. Repeat this movement until the set is complete.
PROPER FORM AND BREATHING PATTERN
Keep your legs bent at a 90-degree angle, align your knees with your ankles and maintain your thighs parallel to the floor. Twist your torso only from the ribs up and breathe out.
The wall sit rotation strengthens your abs, obliques, lower back, quads, hamstrings, and glutes. This is a full body exercise that tones and tightens your core, improves your stability and posture, and sculpts your thighs.
SETS AND REPS
To calculate the number of calories burned doing the wall sit rotation, enter your weight and the duration of the exercise: