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The Top 6 Benefits Of Squatting

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The Top 6 Benefits Of Squatting

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Squat. Because no raps were ever made about saggy butts. That, and 6 more logical reasons.

Squatting is simple, and the norm in several cultures. Yet, it remains one of the most beneficial exercises. Here are the top 6 benefits of squatting.

Works all the muscles


While it may look like your leg and butt muscles are the only ones being called to attention when you squat, this is, in fact, an exercise that impacts your entire body, including your core muscles. Research suggests that testosterone is released while doing squats, and this, in turn, helps to strengthen and grow your muscles. This is one of the best moves for building body strength.

Helps shed fat


If you exercise with a trainer, chances are that you have been told that in order to burn more calories, you need to gain muscle mass. One of the greatest benefits of squatting is that your muscles are compelled to perform, and as you gain muscle, your body loses its flab.

Great for balance


It all boils down to a fundamentally strong core, and squats work wonders on both the core and leg muscles. This, in turn, helps you stay on an even keel, and is especially useful as you grow older and find that balance becomes an issue.



Boosts flexibility


As we age, flexibility is a big concern, as the muscles weaken, and joints and ligaments become stiff. Squats help strengthen ligaments and other connective tissues, and reduce the chances of injury over a period of time, by keeping muscle groups connected and supple.

Good for digestion


Constipated? Performing a series of squats may be just what you need, for efficient bowel movement. Given that when you are squatting, you are using your abdominal, butt, and leg muscles, this exercise works well to eliminate waste from your body.

Low-impact exercise


One of the biggest problems that comes with intensive exercise is the risk of injury, and additional strain on some parts of the body. Very often, the back and knees bear the brunt of our exercise regime. Squats, though, are beautiful, because they are so low-impact, and perform all the functions of a good exercise, without the  burden of strain.




Remember to do it right


Having listed some of the key benefits of squats, do remember that you must do them right, or else they won’t work for you, and you might end up injuring yourself in the long run. Ask your fitness trainer to show you how to perfect the squat.

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