- (See your notes) - Place your back foot at the correct elevation behind you.
- Place your front foot far enough in front of you so when you’re at the bottom of the movement your back knee is roughly under your hip. Your hip flexors should never feel overstretched in this position.
- Keep your weight over your front foot by leaning forward slightly the whole time.
- If you experience ‘stability problems’, that’s normal. What you feel as instability is basically a lack of strength in the target muscles. It will get much better over time.
- Feel free to rest in between sets of both legs. Your rear leg still contributes a significant amount of force (~25%) during split squats.