Got Glutes? RFESS (Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat)

The Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat (I call them RFESS since it's quite a mouthful!) is an excellent and challenging single leg exercise. This advanced exercise is also known as a Bulgarian Split Squat, and FIRES UP (and believe me, that's what it feels like) the glutes and quads. The stabilizer muscles working are the hamstrings and calves.

Check out this quick video and, if appropriate for you, work this into your exercise regime to gain awesome glute and quad strength (think: powder days on the slope or snow shoeing up Ascutney)!

Not sure what exercises to implement into your program? Need help creating a plan to start the New Year off with a BANG? Stay tuned for our Try-A-Trainer week the first week of January and sign up to meet with me for a complimentary 30 minute session so that I can help you in any way I can (pick my brain)! Ready to dive into training? 3 sessions are just $99 to ring in 2015!

Fire up those legs!

Erin Kershaw, M.S., ACSM-HFS
Fitness Director, The Edge at Ascutney


Got Glutes? RFESS (Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats)

Uploaded by Erin Montgomery on 2014-12-16.