How do you strengthen quads without doing squats?

Why are my quads so weak?

Quadriceps weakness can be caused by various injuries to the knee or hips, acquired myopathies (diseases that affect muscle tissue) such as Lyme disease and poliomyelitis, inherited myopathies such as certain muscular dystrophies and stroke, or neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis or Bell’s palsy.

How do you strengthen weak quads?

Quad Set: Sit with your legs outstretched and your arms slightly behind you. Push your knees down to the floor, tightening your quadriceps muscles, and hold for five seconds. Do two sets of 15 repetitions two to three days a week.

Does walking strengthen your quads?

Walking not only improves your cardiovascular health, but it is also a weight-bearing exercise that strengthens your bones. During the motion of walking, you activate numerous muscles in the lower body, including the hamstrings and quadriceps.

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