Learning to Squat is key if you are looking to start any kind of fitness routine. It is just a seat, but you are going to love the variations of this one “seat.”
- Tilt your hips back and away from you and bring the weight of your body to the heels.
- Make sure that you are lowering evenly left and right and reaching for a small child’s chair behind you. [Use a mirror to see the side view. It is important that the weight be shifting behind you and that you are able to wiggle your toes.]
- Once your down there, pull in the deep low belly and contract your glutes to come up to standing.
- Keep squeezing your buns and bring your shoulder blades together so that you have excellent posture at the end of your squat.
This will not only going to make all other exercises super easy, but also you will have what it takes to advance to more challenging exercises.
Do 3 sets of 20 without any weights and then begin to add a jump to it. Eventually, you can do squats with dumbbells, barbells, kettle bells, and many other forms of equipment.
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