Squats

wide stance squatSquats promote perfect body form; no other single exercise is as effective for improving the way you move in your everyday life. Mastery of squat technique is not a matter of lifting large weights – you can even start to use the lessons of this valuable exercise by squatting without any weight at all. It is an exercise that should inform the way you think about your body, and the way it moves in general. As such, it is a topic where there is countless material to consider, and we strongly recommend you study the theory carefully.

How to do unweighted squats without knee pain

Perfecting unweighted squats

Perfect form – holding the squat bar

Introducing the weighted bar to your squats

Effective progression with weighted squats

How to keep your knees out during the squat

How to maintain your balance while squatting

Techniques for improving squat ankle flexibility

Improving quad strength for better back position

How to keep your thighs externally rotated during the squat

The importance of upper back position during squats

How squats can help with fallen arches

Everything you need to know about foot position in squats

Explaining knee clicking during squats

5 key differences between squats and sissy squats

Managing knee pain when attempting to squat to parallel

How high demand for external hip rotation creates a path to perfection

Does a wide ‘split-the-floor’ squat style really strain your hips?

Using the ‘break the bar’ cue for upper back focus

Tackling outer ankle pain with wide-stance squats

Correct arm position for bodyweight squats

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