How To Properly Squat

by Brandon

Tired of those agonizing back and knee pains the day after you squat? Maybe its time for your form to be broken down and corrected before you do some serious damage to your joints. When performed properly squatting can be the most rewarding exercise for your legs. To no surprise squatting will help you lift more weight in the gym but also allow you to run faster, jump higher, as well as improve flexibility, mobility, and agility. While the squat rack is generally the loneliest place in the gym start getting those squats in to see the growth you have been waiting for!

Enjoy and please SHARE with those who squat improperly!