Single Leg Calf Raise
Same exact form as a normal Calf Raise, however you are doing it with only one leg at a time.
This can be done on flat ground or off a surface. We recommend a surface such as a stair case because you get a better stretch at the bottom position. If on stairs, position your fee shoulder width apart with heels hanging off stairs. All weight will be on toes
Perform a normal Squat, however on your way up jump in the air as high as you can. When you land go right into the lowering phase of the squat and repeat. This should be a fluid movement. Do not jump, land stiff and then lower yourself. Jump, land and
This is a great exercise for quad development. Find a step, box or something that has height you can step on. Step onto the object with one leg and push yourself up till your leg is fully extended. Then lower yourself controlled and do it again. With your supporting leg
Start with feet shoulder width apart and have one leg go behind the other. Doing a squat with the stationary leg. Then return the leg to start position and do the same thing with the other leg. Do this back and forth for reps.
Place feet a little closer than shoulder width apart. With one leg step out and bend at the knee. Stationary foot knee drops towards the ground. With the leg that stepped out push up and down.
Single Leg Bridge
Lie on your back with your feet out in front of you. Lift your butt and push it up until your body form a straight line using just one leg. Other leg outstretched straight in the air. This exercise can be done for reps or just static holds.
The squat is an excellent exercise for all over leg growth. With feet shoulder width apart, lower your body towards the ground till you hit roughly 90 degrees. Then simply stand back up to starting position. If flexibility allows, go down even farther. Some pointers: Look Up Weight on Heels