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Back to Basics, Learn how to do a squat with correct technique. Practice makes perfect. �� SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: Now, the best way to do squats is in a power rack or cage (a large rectangular rack with cross-drilled holes) so you can adjust the pins where if you have to bale, you can set the bar down without any harm.

Set the pins to just below the depth you are going. They also serve as a visual cue for depth and if you go down/up crooked. The Proper Squat Keep the trunk upright, shoulders relaxed, and spine in a neutral position Set feet hips width apart with toes slightly pointed outwards Slowly lower your body down as you initiate the squat at the hip followed by the knees. BUFF DUDES T-SHIRT! Squats are one of the best exercises in your arsenal; you’ve just gotta know how to do ’em right. How to Perform the Perfect Squat. No matter your fitness passion, from snowboarding to CrossFit, you likely do squats in your sweat sessions—they’re a fitness staple.

Body weight squats are the perfect introduction to getting your body used to the motion of a squat. Being able to master this movement opens up the door to the next level of squats. Bring your feet about shoulder-width apart. Feet slightly facing outward. How To Squat: 7 Steps To a Perfect Squat.

How To Squat: 7 Steps To a Perfect Squat. We all remember doing squats in middle school gym class, right? With our arms pointing out straight in front of us, feet firmly planted at shoulders-width, we squatted down, feeling the pull in our leg muscles while we worked to keep balanced. Here’s how to do a perfect squat. The Move: Squat.

WHY IT’S GREAT. This go-anywhere move strengthens your glutes, thighs, and quads—your largest muscle groups which form the lower part of your core, and when worked, burn major calories. You can perform squats as part of a dynamic warm-up, or include them as part of your strength-training. Correct technique in the squat relies on every part our body working in perfect coordination.

This includes maintaining our trunk and neck in a neutral and straight position. The concept of postural integrity is our 5 th and final absolute. The ultimate guide to the perfect squat, with or without weights Have you been squatting wrong all this time?

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Other than that, you perform the movement in a similar fashion to the goblet squat: keep your elbows in tight to your body, maintain a good arch in your back, allow your elbows to sink between your knees as you lower into the bottom position, and drive your knees out and push through your heels as you stand upright.

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Squatting—Move through a squat motion going into at least 45 degrees of knee flexion while maintaining proper alignment and posture × 8 to 12 reps × 2 sets.

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Step 1: From a standing position, bend at the knees to lower yourself into a squat, until your thighs are parallel to the floor.

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For example, if you tend to break the knees first when squatting, you can work to correct this flaw by concentrating on pushing your hips back, possibly to a target such as a box (as in box squats), and consciously tell yourself, “Sit back,” on each rep.

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Lower the body to a full squat position, keeping the arms straight and moving the hands down between the knees (b)

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Sit deep into the squat while maintaining integrity of a long spine (you will want to round your back but it’s important that you keep a healthy arch in your lower back at the bottom of the squat).

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Lower yourself into a full squat position keeping the lifted leg off the floor, ending parallel to the floor (should resemble a pistol gun) with your arms extended out in front of you.

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3 Keep moving your arms forward as you lower your center of gravity to a Half-Squat position with your legs bent at a 90-degree angle and your rear horizontally aligned with your knees, or slightly below.

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To begin, start with your feet shoulder-width apart; bend your knees, and squat as low as possible.

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Finally, as you lower yourself down into the Natural Squat, maintain it, then raise yourself up and out of it, your leg muscles (specifically, the quadriceps and gluteus maximus muscles)

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  • Im definitely trying this next time im hitting gym. I’ve been struggling with heavier weighs, like my knees are starting to shake and ive been feeling some kind of quiet snapping ifk

  • Im a sophomore in highschool and this is the first time i have ever lifted weights… (for football) They had me putting 50lbs (+45lb bar) on my neck. Didn’t feel too good.

  • Thank you so much sir for this video�� u xplain everything so nicely. It’s so helpful. But sir I’m struggling for gaining weight I don’t understand why things don’t work in me���� can u please suggest me some diet plan for weight gain n effective exercises. Please sir ��. I’m 5’1 and 38 kg��

  • This worked like magic. It def opened my hips up but question: is this something I should do a few times a week or only before doing back squats? I’m not sure if he answered in the video or not. Also, is there anything you’d think to add to improve deadlift mobility? Thanks!

  • Woow, that was absolutely aamazing, thank’s for the InSTructionalllll videooooo.

    He was stretching out the words, and I thought it was funny, nonetheless great video.

  • I was told by a friend of mine to squat lower. So when I did I accidentally blew out a humungous fart. Oh dear, I was quite embarrassed.

  • When Ever I squat with a bar on top of my like neck and traps and shoulders it’s hurts. Can anybody give me a tip so it won’t hurt!? Pls

  • I do assisted squats on a machine and I do 230 lbs. 3 sets of 12 reps. I hope I can do the same amount of weight on free weights. Being a 5’1” female makes it kinda hard with the bars lol.

  • I’m so glad that you guys get straight to the point. I tried watching some Bradley Martyn videos to learn proper form but he takes like 10 minutes to get to the point of the video.

  • Many Asians, from China to India to Malaysia to Indonesia and so on take a dump in a squatting position.

    Maybe that’s why the first time I did squats, I went all the way down till my thighs touched my calves without a single problem (not sure if that’s a good thing or bad).

  • Mate you are an absolute GENIUS!!!! Love this video and now I’m going to subscribe to all your videos. Such amazing advice. Thank you Mike.

  • Squatted for the first time today. First thing I did was look up this video so my form wasn’t too shitty. (Did 160lbs PR) Not bad for my first time

  • Is it just me or are all the guys showing how to do squats on yt quite short?

    Can we get someone 6’6+ with long limbs showing how it should look for a tall person

  • all of these are very difficult, but the squat hip rotations are impossible for me. is that normal? if i do the other exercises more, can i expect to start being able to do the squat rotations soon?

  • Natural bodubuilder doesnt have those NIPPLE lol. wake up he took steroides… Nothing to be ashamed offf but just stop the lie already

  • yeah great video man, its not like the form you taught us has me sore and in pain, LOL, this didn’t help at all tbh, I did everything exactly, and my legs are sore af xd but great video.

  • Hlo sir i want to increase my thigh size so among these exercises which exercise should I do pls reply me and how many squats should I do at a time bcz I’m beginner

  • Just using this technique, brought my squat up 50 lbs tonight. I was scared before. But ass out, slow lowering and smooth raise…..damn! Hell yeah

  • Man I kept reworking cause my knee kept caving in just a bit at 315 I was worried that If I kept going it would get worse but imma try not to focus on it and ill push through

  • I’m an intermediate weight lifter and I still can’t even squat really low unless I’m squatting less weight. My max is 345lbs but once I get to a lil over 225 I squat down to 90° and then go back up. Lower weight I squat lower than that. I wanna focus on legs tho so ima start squatting more

  • For the day 123, are there any recovery days in between? And should I eat a surplus the night before attempting a pr squat for rep?

  • If there’s 1 reason you should become a buff dude. It’s to pick up a girl like that… “slams barbell on shoulders and squats aggressively”

  • Joe, in as little words possible, for a powerlifter would you recommend Olympic weight lifting shoes for squatting? Is there ever a situation where you would recommend someone NOT to use them!

  • I’m 48 and used to squat 1 x a week because I thought “well I’m not 25 or even 30 anymore”. Progress was slow. I then switched to 3 x a week. heavy day (my version of 5-3-1) on Saturday, volume/technique day on Monday with emphasis on full depth and technique, so some pause squats or pin squats but at much lighter loads. Weds would then be front squat and single leg training. Then I have 2 full days off before squating heavy again on Saturday. Since changing to this program I have added close to 60 lbs in 8 weeks. Now keep in mind, my heavy day is limited to mostly my working sets and then maybe 2 accessory moves after but not going crazy. Everything through the week is geared towards my heavy lift day coming on Saturday.
    All I know is I’ve never felt better, knee pain gone, back pain gone and strength going up because of the frequency increase.

  • seems a good workout, but I think you should just do more squatting, increase volume with good minded form to improve your squat mobility, it shouldn’t be comfortable in the begging but you will get there. I don’t see the point of this video! maybe I’m missing something.

  • I don’t video my squat just cause all the keyboard warriors. I always feel I’m not deep enough. Great video. I’m a squat weakling

  • AwesoMe dude you mentioned death �� so many times yes it’s inevitable fuck it We have hope that we are saved and receive an eternal body through Christ yeshua. Peace and grace. Gracias

  • Hlo sir
    Merea upr body wieght hada h
    Or mere legs, uske according patli dikhti h
    M diet bhi bhot clean leti hu
    But meri legs ka size increase nhi hota plz
    Aap mujhe btaye kya kru
    Workout daily krti hu m
    Squats week m 2 baar set k sath
    Plz help me, suggest me, kaise legs increase kr skti hu

  • If you really care about squats you should be doing them at least 3x per week. I went from 1-2x squats/week to 3-4x per week, and my max has gone from 340 to 375 in like a month

  • If you can do beltless variations to mitigate intensity,why cant you just do comp squats in a heavy light medium 3 day/wk rotation?and thus obey the law of specificity and practice the comp squat.and yes we understand that 80% for reps is not the same as a 1 rep max.but its closer than say duffalo bar squats eh.

  • I started squatting 3 days a week and today i was doing heavy triples. Probably the heaviest I’ve gone. Form did break down a little and on really worried about it. On some reps, the bar went forward and I went slightly on my toes and heels came off the floor slightly. The reps this happened on felt easier than the reps where feet were flat. I’m curious why it feels this way? Thanks.

  • Not sure why I sub to this channel. CLEARLY instagram has better coaching tips. My smith machine squatting 5 times a week has me doing my entire body weight!

  • One of the reasons why I love the Lion’s Den Facebook page because people there are very helpful specially with form checks and all. ����

  • Love your channel, but how many squat videos can you make before running out of ideas?

    Also, thoughts on smolov squat program for an intermediate weightlifter?

  • Very likable and original personality you have… And the tips were simple and effective… More content from coach Matt is expected….

  • I’m distracted. Yeah, I totally admit that’s a character flaw and it’s my responsibility/problem, but it’s getting harder for me to pay attention when watching Buff Dudes haha but hey, mad respect to everyone on this channel, it rocks!

  • Great tips, my biggest helper is doing beltless squats and the ssb squat, those have helped me immensely. I mainly struggle with squat confidence, so I may be throwing in more tempo work. Great to see Coach Matt on this channel again, more people need to check him out on his channel.

  • buddy, I’m pretty sure that you are in love with your voice… Less talk, more action and you ain’t the only one. This generation of youtubers lately are just talking just for the sake of the word count. 2 minutes in and I’m out: Lots of words and almost nothing about what I came here for. Nobody’s personality is that magnetic. Truth.

  • Thanks Matt, I really enjoyed your comments about Squats. I’m a ‘newbie’ to Squats and there is so much info out there, but I really enjoyed your segment and I have learnt some great training tips. (I like your humor as well…lol). I think your a great addition to ‘The Lions Den’.

  • Sorry for my seemingly rude question, but how does she retain that much fat for her chest while still showing such toned abs? Doesnt the fat at belly area hold the lion’s share compared to the other areas? And if you managed to get such beautiful abs, wouldnt the fat in other areas already be drained dry? I would like to learn more about this so I can preserve some fat for my thighs ;)) small thighs is a demerit to men:D

  • Thank you for the good form video. I always feel like a hot mess express when doing a new exercise so its good to see a breakdown of what you’re supposed to being doing. Lol

  • Dear sir and mam I am from India
    Very good evening to both of you
    I like the beauty of your lover(gf)
    From previous week I regularly saw your video where I feel free you look fabulous together
    As a female I wanna take an advice that I wanna grow my hips or wider because my breasts are bigger than butts I want them as the same
    I saw so many videos to decrease the breast size but it helped little bit as I am overweight I am trying to loose it 85 kg
    Please give me exercise to balance the upper and lower same

  • Great series, my daughter was asking me if I could help her with workout exercises, I can introduce her with these exercises to build her strengh up. ��

  • Was he trying to train her or fuck her? As for squats, I’ve been doing squats lately to increase my testosterone levels. I’m 29 years old and have lost some weight doing 50 squats a day. Instead of doing 50 in a row, I am about to do 20 reps and 3 sets to do 60 a day. I also do a 6 minute standing ab workout and i be sweating my ass off.

  • I love your videos, very informative, funny and you make us feel like we are there with a friend who is teaching us how to improve our workouts. You guys make a great couple. best of luck and keep them coming.:)

  • I like that you point out right off the bat that if you only squat once a week then stop asking how to increase your squat. More trainers need to say this and stop beating around the bush.

  • “Knee to the wall” is a Big NO NO NO for knees. It injures your knee in the long run. Any overextension of knees beyond the toes level starts to affect your knee. Substitute for that is lean on the railing, like for slanted push-ups position but try to keep your heels touched/flat on the floor. Eliminating the knee completely from it. You can adjust the slant based on your stiffness in calves and ankle movement and slowly decrease the angle of slant

  • I have been doing this routine for a month, 5-6 days a week,takes about 30 minutes. I noticed a great improvement, always suffered with hip pain while squating with weights, now I am getting back to squating without discomfort. Really changed the game for me, much appreciated, Daniel.

  • I just feel like of all the videos I’ve ever watched of squatting, improving squats, mobility, stretches etc, this video has just summed it all up in such an easy compact way. Life changing. Thank you sooooooo much!!!������

  • Why don’t you just finally show these exercises instead of fvcking taking all the time in a loop? I rewind to not hear talking and see same exercises as in the beginning, wtf is that?
    This is really annoying when I want only details, no bullshit. It could be a 2 MINUTES VIDEO MAX not 8 minutes. Big dislike from me.

  • This is such a clearly explained video, thank you! I have issues with hip impingement so in general I avoid positions of deep hip flexion; are there any variations you’d suggest for the exercises requiring a deep squat position?

  • Thank you so much for this video. Are used to be able to do an Asian squat when I was younger especially when I was out in the barn and had to take a wee. I had my hip replaced eight months ago and want to work towards being able to do the movement again. Looks like your routine is a good way to work towards that goal.

  • I tried it out now and I already got improvements, for the first time I didn’t feel any ancle/knee pain when trying to go down into a deepsquat. now its only the balance I need to get right.

  • Actually insane. I could do everything but the TIB stuff at the end on my first try doing this, and got it my second try. So hard, but it works super fast

  • Ever ankle mobility I watch… includes squats. I don’t have the mobility to do a squat. That’s the point! I’m make only able to do 1-2 inches from the knee to wall. Very poor ankle dorsiflexion!

  • i’m a roller skater who can’t exactly squat all the way down, squating all the way down is kinda important for me so i can do this one trick! (shoot the duck) i will definitely try this!

  • Been lifting for a few years. Have always had a hard time with hip mobility and it has made squats always very uncomfortable. I hope this works!

  • Wow these exercises really do work. After doing many other mobility exercises, these are the most effective for me. I can squat more comfortably now!

  • This is great. I have been doing this every morning for the last 14 days. Takes about 35 minutes but I do everything super carefully plus also a few other stretches. I can say it works, I got much better in most of the exercises from the routine. My squat feels better as well although I feel I still need more mobility in my ankles and my hips. Therefore I am now switching to another squat routine from this channel that focuses on those (the video is called “The Squat Solution (FULL MOBILITY ROUTINE!)”).

    One tip: If you do this, you need to be very deliberate. Be present when you exercise. You get out only as much as you put in.

  • Plz, that works for men up to 70 years old? Im asking that cuz my father has dificulty to do that moviment.
    Would be awsome if those exercizes could help him.

  • The most beautiful legs I ever seen in my entire fucking fucked up life! I am definetly not gay okay! The exercises are both mind and heart blowing!

  • Great video Daniel! I’d add an extra hack to it (taken from yoga). I use it with my clients and we see progress INSANELY quickly:
    1/ If someone has really low flexibility and mobility and their squat is somewhere halfway put a pile of books / a block / anything stable under their bum so they can sit on it.

    2/ Then bring the elbows to the inner knees, and press them against each other use this not only to open your hips, but also as leverage to grow your spine taller.
    3/ Let them breathe deeply and gradually sink deeper into the squat. (It’s also quite meditative and grounding a great resting pose.)
    Hope it’s useful ��/ Kat

  • Thank you so much! Just did this one time over and noticed a significant range of motion improvement and comfort of the positions! Will definitely continue!

  • As a fitness enthusiastic and viewer of different channel.
    I appreciate you so much to keep it simple and informative. Much appreciation

  • Perfect, It didn’t take a 20 minute video that leaves you scratching your head. A simple exercise with a simple explanation. Thanks…

  • The hip internal rotation is a total game-changer!!! I can’t believe he has so much rotation!! For me, I can hardly rotate my hips inward at all

  • is this more for warm up, stretching or something to do outside of leg days to help leg days? I got distracted at the beginning bc dude in the video is too cute lol

  • This is pure gold..if only people had the patience to learn this instead of rushing in and train with bad posture and heavy weights only to get injured in the end..FORM BEFORE MASS..its a slow journey but for LIFE!

  • Wow thanks man. I did it just 1 month and now I can stay in deep squad half a day if I want:D After 3 times I did it I already did a deep squad, but it was painfull and not comfortable at all.
    If someone is wondering if it is working just try your hardest and you will get that flexibility:)

  • Daniel do you know how to deal with ankles that hurt on the front/top (where talus meets tibia), long before a stretch is felt in the calves? I’ve asked so many, none of them have offered a working solution. Bands to “distract” don’t work.

  • Ive added a few of these movements into my warm up routine. It was definitely difficult to begin with but ive noticed a HUGE difference.

  • Did the routine once and I was able to squat deeply without falling backwards for the first time ever.
    Gonna work a lot to fully master it.
    This video was a life changer, definitely the best calisthenics channel on yt.

  • Matt that was so so good!! Huge thanks, I feel so much better to approach my lifts as learning points and not grieve over them lol!!

  • That was an amazing video, and i am going to try these. Simplistic and to the point is how to not annoy people and keep people focused.

  • I am unable to go into a deep squat while keeping my heels on the ground and knees over toes. Also, my back tends to round as well. Will this help with keeping my heels on the ground when in a deep squat?

  • I cant squat to 90 degrees due to pressure in my hip flexors and falling backwards. I want to be able to properly squat before I load up any more weight. Thank you so much for this!! Going to start these drills right away. Just what Ive been looking for

  • hip flex 1:00
    glute bridge 2:30
    slide plank 3:10
    seated hip ir 3:58
    squat hip ir 4:35
    calf stretch 5:12
    knee to wall 5:40
    tib ant squat 6:08
    overhead squat 6:46
    squat routine pt1 7:35
    squat routine pt2 7:39

  • Sir I am a girl actually I reduced 20 kg weight just by eating nothing and my body looks akwrd specially legs… I also want to gain weight so can I do it???

  • Anu एडवांस आयूर्वैद…ऐनर्जी स्टेमीना बढाऐ.ताकत जोश.पावर.फिटन्स… हिप्स. ब्रेस्ट साइज के लीऐ.. ज्यादा जानकारी के लिऐ स्वास्थ्य और सून्दरता…. फिटन्स.. ब्यूटी.����������������������

  • hello, I am a beginner, I try to make sure that my knees don’t go beyond toes.. but m not able to keep my back entirely straight while squatting down.
    Do u think it would time for me to get correct posture?

  • I’m new and I place the bar on the base of my neck thank God I watched this video and I have only went to the gym for one month. I could’ve fucking died why didn’t my instructor tell me lmfao

  • आपके बताने का तरीका बेहद अच्छा है।स्क्वैट में साँस सामान्य ढंग से लेते रहना है या कोई अन्य तरीका अपनाना चाहिए? जैसे साँस लेते हुए नीचे जाऐं और छोडते हुए ऊपर।या इसके उलट छोडते हुए नीचे जाऐं; और लेते हुए ऊपर।
    सही टेक्निक क्या है?कृपया स्पष्ट मार्गदर्शन दें।

  • Sir squats ke baad bahot zyada pain ho raha knee aur thighs me…this is normal na? Can i continue this…? Aur din me kitne squats karna hai?

  • Sir me app jaise dikha rahe he oisa hi krti hu…mere thai pe pressure ata he..lekin thora sa pressure lower back me bhi pain hota he…kya ye galat he?aur sir knee me bhi pain hota he halka

  • Ek baat bolu, perfect info, no faltu baat, explained when, how, what… perfect video, thankyu, i m trying to put on weight, this videos is really helpful for me

  • Sir repeating same exercise everyday will give benefit or need to change the pattern….mean one day focusing on legs exercise, next day focusing on belly fat and so on

  • Bro I did this the first time and it was gonna be my last workout for leg day bc I did everything else and my legs were sore as hell and when I did it I fell back and almost died ☠️

  • I squat 3 times a week. Two days with dumbell, I go around 60lbs and, high reps, as a part of my circuit training. On my leg day I do heavy barbell squat almost 220 lbs. This I do in the Smith machine.

  • Fourty yrs to getting bigger thigh at home work outs?it’s couses my gym exercise mechines thigh got can return my bigger thigh?please reply me sir

  • Sir.. squats karne k baad meri srif ek hei leg me bohot jayada pain feel hotta h..! Aesa kyo hotta h sir….? Har baar Aesa hotta h….

  • mujhe vitamin d ki deficiency hai lekin mai supplement leti hu d3 or fish oil bhi consume krti hu toh kya mai squates kr skti hu plz btaye?

  • I have undergone hip surgery last year in may 2019 and also toe surgery. Can I do this exercise as I am having belly fat and right now my age is 32 years. Please reply

  • Our trainer makes us fo reps of 50 in one set of body weight squats
    Making us do total 200 squats in 4 sets
    Is it wrong
    Should we say no to it n try adding weights keeping rep range max 15 or 20

  • Plz bro mere weight 85 h or m 3 months s daily 2 +3km chlte hu or diet be thik h no junk food only good food but no result plz he’ll me I’m women 35age weight 85 blood grop A positive

  • What an epic intro! Very frunna and beautiful! Thanks for the positiv and strong mentality you share to us Mike, realy love that! Greetings from Switzerland

  • Says theres people who squat 2plates an have big legs and guys who squat 600 but dont have big legs…but he starts at like 3 plates

  • Is Mike O’Hearn an actual real person? Does he have a social security number? He, or the “Mike O’Hearn” character in this video, is so phony that it would not surprise me if he actually did not exist!��

  • Squatting like this is a terrible idea if you want to build explosiveness and athleticism. But if all you want is big legs, go for it.

  • Nice short video,not 17 minutes,other quys start by telling how they start squating,what they had for breakfast, and why their wife left them,and about the end of video you get what you look for…nice short and on point��

  • Holy shit! Just done some squats using this technique and the difference is insane! Felt a lot more comfortable and like old mate said it’s a lot easier on the knees ���� thanks for the videos mike, much love from Australia!

  • Mike: Am I looking a bit pale? Should I put on more fake tan before the Youtube video shoot?
    Friends, family, girlfriend: No Mike, you’re already unnaturally dark
    Mike: I’m going to put a couple more coats on, I like the old Mahogany look. Like a 100 year old table in a cigar room.

  • The Squat is an invaluable addition to your workout regiment and an exercise which no one should do without working the glutes hamstrings quads and lower back

  • Just for those that may wonder I’m a happily married man to a woman but Mike you have the most beautiful body I’ve ever seen on a man every inch every centimeter is freaking awesome best video of ever seen somebody squatting your legs I can’t say enough man you’re an inspiration

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  • I never saw humble personality like you mike, you are such a famous person with a amazing physique still u are so down to earth and nice talking guy, even once you replied on one of my comment on insta too, like you care your fans and followers. Respect ��

  • I’m 140lbs and when I squat 210 like this for reps. Iruined my lower back. Wrong technique when back is vertical and guy is looking forward. You should be 45 degrees spine completely neutral and looking at the floor

  • People have to realize that every millimeter in posture difference grows out a different part of that muscle to make it look fuller and bigger. If you start with wide squats and every set make your way slowly to close toe squats you will feel a lot. Same with sticking your ass out further and further. This concept applies to all muscles of your body. You will develop muscles you never knew were there before.