There's no doubt that the squat is an awesome move to do regularly in your workout routine. However, loads of people do it wrong. When done wrong and loaded, squatting can cause serious knee and back injuries. When done right, squatting can build strength in the glutes, quads, hamstrings and core. Read on for tips with common squat misalignments and for how using a TRX suspension system can help you learn the correct technique.
Do you stretch after your workouts?! You definitely should. Even if it’s only for 5 minutes. It will help so much to avoid muscle soreness from your workout, overall tightness, and to maintain healthy range of motion in the body. It will help with your recovery and you’ll just feel better overall when you’re not so tight and stiff. Read on for 5 quick tips to help make your stretches safe and effective.
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