Thursday, 16 July 2015

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@Tazsangelsbootcamp Sumo Squat๐Ÿ™… Widening the stance and pointing the toes slightly outward allows you to recruit smaller lower-body muscles and work your butt harder. In fact, the glutes are around 25 % more engaged when you do a deep squat than when you only drop it as low as your knees. Deep squats won't destroy your knees, as long as you're using good form. Discomfort in your ankles, knees or hips is a sign you're not quite ready to get low. Here are a few key pointers when doing a squat: •Plant your feet shoulder-width apart (or slightly wider), with your toes pointing straight ahead. •Keep your chest up and back flat, and then send your hips back, as if sitting in a chair. •Concentrate on keeping your knees wide, roughly in line with the second toe of each foot. •Drop your hips until they are roughly in line with your knees, then drive through your heels to stand. ***What you do with your arms doesn't matter as much, as long as it doesn't cause your back to arch or your shoulders to elevate or hunch it's fine. I recommend keeping them leveled in front of you, over your head or by your side*** #TazsAngelsBootcamp ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ #BBLU @tazsangels_
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