Women's Health (UK) - - BEST BODY -

You were drop­ping squats way be­fore Kayla Itsines ever per­suaded you it was the se­cret to calo­rie burn – be­fore you could walk, in fact. Pros of­ten point to in­fants as model per­form­ers of the move. A nat­u­ral pro­gres­sion that oc­curs be­tween learn­ing to sit up and be­ing able to stand, the squat has five form ideals, so take note:

1. Torso is upright

2. Back is straight

3. Knees track over (not past) the toes

4. Hips dip be­low knee height

5. Weight is in the heels

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