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Compass Squat

This versatile single leg squat pattern has a home in a number of programming scenarios. The single-leg multi-directional nature of the exercise creates a large proprioceptive challenge around the ankle, knee and hip which increases the load into the quadriceps and lateral hip musculature. Movement variety is a fundamental benefit of the exercise and can be used as the first step into multi-directional loading.

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