The Perfect Squat
Today I challenge you to do 50 squats in the morning, 50 squats in the afternoon, 50 squats before bed
Pay attention to technique!
When you execute a squat you’re engaging the hamstrings, quads, and glutes. The squat is not just a vital exercise for increasing the strength and size of the legs and buttocks, but they will also help improve core strength. You don’t have to go to a gym or load up with a weighted barbell to get the benefits from squatting.
Squatting is something you can do at home, brushing your teeth, in your hotel room when you’re traveling, and at your desk at work, really anywhere as long as you are standing still. As long as you execute the squat using proper form you shouldn’t experience knee, hip or lower back pain. If you’re new to doing squats, or you just want a little refresher…you may want to check out your form in a mirror to make sure you’re doing them correctly.