Thigh killa

The thigh killa is a challenging lower-body bodyweight exercise that builds muscular endurance with a series of hops and bodyweight squats. It can be performed for time or reps, usually in a circuit workout or as a lower-body finisher.


  1. Builds muscular strength and endurance in the hamstrings, glutes, quads, and abductors
  2. Works core strength to maintain balance and upright position
  3. Great dynamic warm-up or finisher to a leg workout
  4. Challenges the muscles to work through the tension and continuous movement
  5. Requires no equipment

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Thigh killa Instructions

Thigh killa muscle diagram
  1. Begin in a standing position with your feet hip-distance apart and your hands behind your head. Descend into a squat position by bending at the knees and hips. This will be your starting position.
  2. Take two small jumps out, then two small jumps back in, making sure that your feet never come closer than hip-distance.
  3. Throughout the entire movement, you’ll want to stay in the squat position, keeping your hips back, butt down, and chest up.
  4. Continue for the recommended time or number of reps.