Ready for an off the wall workout? Try this simple but effective workout with isometric holds, designed to challenge major muscle groups and tone arms and legs using a wall without even moving a muscle (Get it? “Off the wall workout.”). Believe it or not, you can achieve a greater stretch by incorporating isometrics holds into any workout you already do.
Off the Wall Workout – Wall Sit at 90 Degrees
These variations of exercises will take traditional wall sits to the next level and help tone your legs using just your body weight. Feel free to make any other variations as needed to match your current physical abilities, and let us know if you have any questions or comments.
Remember, as easy as any of these may look, you only get out of this what you put into it, so be sure to put 100% effort into everything you do, even if it doesn’t match up to someone else’s 100%. Put everything you have into it, and you’ll start to see and feel results in no time.
Stand with your back flat against the wall, then drop into a squatting position. With your knees bent at 90 degrees, your quads should be parallel to the ground. Your feet will be hip-width apart and your hands can be placed on your hips or out to the sides against the wall for a greater challenge.
Off the Wall Workout Variations:
- Wall Sits with Single Leg Extensions
- Wall Sits with Single Leg Hold
- Wall Sits with Shoulder Press and Push (with weighted ball or another item)
- Wall Sits with Oblique Twist (with weighted ball or another item)
Off the Wall Fat-Burning and Muscle-Building Supplement Combo: