Try Out the Best Split Squat Variations For Every Experience Level

Building your lower body is a mainstay of your program. You deadlift and squat all the time. But training your lower body while making sure to training both legs equally may be something your program has forgotten. If your squat is getting wobbly because one leg is pushing more strongly than the other, it’s time to course-correct — and fast. Choosing unilateral exercises to even out your gains is a must if you’re serious about building major strength.

Fortunately for your strength levels, conventional squat has a ton of variations that can keep your workout well-balanced. One such variation is the split squat. Like the king of all lifts, the split squat helps you build some serious lower body strength and muscle mass —but the split squat tosses in the added benefit of ensuring that you’re building each leg equally.