Take Strength and Balance Seriously With One-Legged Squats
If you can’t do a single pistol squat yet, you’re not alone. Luckily, A Shot of Adrenaline has a detailed guide to building the muscles and skills required to complete the movement. First, there are regular squats without weights; then you should take the position of a partial squat, shifting the weight on one leg.
From there, you can do partial reps (sitting in a chair) and move on to squat options in which you use a door frame or raised surface for help. Check out the full progress and workout program to put it into practice at the link below.
The Ultimate Guide to Pistol Squats | Adrenaline shot