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Foam Roller Squat

from Tim Skafidas

Standing on a foam roller (no shoes and a super dense roller is better) at hip width, drop into a full depth squat taking care of balancing well. Keep a neutral spine and tight core and breathe out upon coming up. Keep your gaze forward or slightly up.
Helpful tips and Tricks
The harder the roller the tougher the exercise. The same goes with a harder surface.
Why it works
I will use this after a tough leg/running workout. It serves multiple purposes, balance, mobility on the bottom of the feet and is a brain challenge!
Target Muscles
None required