The wide stance squat is a great lower body exercise. It will help to tone those trouble areas including the inner thigh muscles as well as the calves. You can perform your squats either on a vibration plate as demonstrated in the video above, or, as a floor exercise. Both are effective methods but the vibration plate intensifies the effects of the exercise.
Stand on the vibration plate with your feet wider than shoulder width apart and your toes facing the corners of the machine. You should be facing in towards the centre console. Hold onto the bars in front of you and keep a straight back. Bend your knees so as to squat down to a 90 degree angle. When deep squatting allow a slight forward bend to your back, but, do not allow the knees to extend beyond the toes. Do not hang on the bars of the vibration plate. This will detract from the efficiency of the exercise. Throughout the performance of the squats squeeze your quads, glutes and abs and maintain good posture.
You will feel the tension in the quads, glutes, hamstrings and calves as you carry on with the exercise. Perform this exercise either dynamically, as shown in the video above ,or, you can perform it statically. For the static version hold your wide stance squat once you get into the lowered position.