There are obvious ways that Split Squats go wrong and then they're are sneaky ways split squats go wrong. The errors are sneaky because you wouldn't be able to tell you're making them. I've said it many times that I wish there was another me to watch me while I lift. No matter how much you know about training, no one is exempt from error or optimization and most of all IMPROVEMENT. There is and always will be room for improvement.
Today we are going over the Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat vs the Split Squat and why you may want to take the progression to make the most of your training.
The Split Squat is a great exercise for most people, and can allow you to build tons of strength across your entire body. However, using the incorrect variation of the exercise can hold you back from the progress you want and actually ingrain poor movement patterns. Sometimes it takes guts to regress an exercise. Remember, regression has nothing to do with your character or resolve, get what you came for in the best manner possible.