The wall sit exercise activates muscle groups throughout your lower body, including your quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings, and calves.
What type of exercise is wall sit?
Wall sit muscle groups
Just like functional training, the benefits of Wall Sits are endless! It is a super isometric exercise that engages your gluteal muscles, quadriceps, hamstrings, calves, back, chest, abs and hips.
Is wall sit good for belly fat?
Think of wall sits as the cousin to the squat. When performed correctly, this stationary exercise is a great way to activate your abdominal muscles to help lose belly fat.
Is sitting on the wall a good exercise?
A static wall sit doesn’t just benefit your legs and thighs, it strengthens your back, quads, and core. When you add additional variations, like a weight or disrupting your balance, it will play out as a huge asset to your overall wellbeing.