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Squats are a great exercise to get stronger and fitter, but only if they’re done right. So before you crank out another set, make sure you’re doing them correctly and aren’t making these common mistakes: 1. Letting Your Knees Fall In when your knees move in toward each other during a squat, it can put unwanted pressure on the ligaments in your knee and...

The best way to learn how to squat correctly is to do your squats facing a wall. 1. Bring your toes to the wall, almost touching, then sit down. 2. Stay looking straight so you learn to keep your torso up. 3. 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.

he best way to learn how to squat correctly is to do 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 then hold the seated position for 5-10 seconds and repeat.

20 Reasons Why You Should Squat And How To Do Them Correctly http://www.justinkavanaghfitness.com/20-reasons-why-you-should-squat-and-how-to-do-them-correctly/

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3 Common Mistakes in the Squat