Friday, January 20, 2012 | | By: Trainer

How to: Squats.

Good morning sportsmen. Let me talk you today about squats.

The squat is a simple exercise that can tone up your buttocks and thighs, and it has a simple technique:

To perform squats you must be standing right, you should start with your chest forward and your head facing forward. Separate your feet to the distance of your shoulders and extend your arms forward for balance.

Go down like you were sitting on a chair. Keep your head facing forward and let your body go forward only slightly, keeping your back arched while you descend. Also keep your thighs parallel to the floor and your knees go beyond your ankles. Our weight must be on our heels.
Now go up, remember our wight  should be always on our heels, so it will be a lot harder but effective.


Finally, as I always said, try to do this exercise properly first, then increase your reps. and if you're doing it right you will see results in some weeks.

17 comentarios:

Kristjan said...

Great tips, mate! Thanks!

Mekkor said...

always good to know :D

BillyRip said...

nice, I always heard squats were a great exercise. cheers for the extra info!

Alex D. said...

So I can have the girl in the picture after I do some squats right ?

TheFitness said...

An essential exercise for any workout! Nice post.

soba said...

Nice post, need to work out today you convinced me ;)

Shannon said...

I found wall sit/squats were a good way to get used to having to sit down in an independent squat position.
But I love me some squats now :D

GhosT said...

nice, following.

My 2 Pesos said...

That means I was wrong. LOL

Bersercules said...

Thanks for the info!

God King said...

I would squat more if I weren't so lazy!

Teeeha said...

my legs, damn it!!

Cross said...

Seen my fair share to people hurt themselves doing this exercise wrong. Good post as always.

Zap McBlowfist said...

ty mate!

JaeSunEx said...

i think ive been doing it wrong, thanks!

Andy Santana said...

Have a nice weekend!

GhosT said...

nice :)

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