The squat movement is the most functional human movement we do. If you are good at doing a squat, this means you will be more efficient at doing normal, every day life activities. The squat improves your leg, butt, and core muscles. The stronger and more stable these muscles are, the more supported your body and spine will be, contributing to an overall attractive posture.
The best way to learn how to squat correctly is to do your squats facing a wall.
- Bring your toes to the wall, almost touching, then sit down.
- Stay looking straight so you learn to keep your torso up.
- Sit as low as you can go, and hold the seated position for 5-10 seconds and repeat. This move is great for butt, legs, and core.
- Do 20 reps slowly, rest for 30 seconds. Repeat the circuit 3 times thrice a week and see and feel the difference in about 2 weeks.