One of the most popular lower body exercises: the squat, is commonly performed incorrectly. Common mistakes: - looking upward or downward forcing the head out of natural alignment. - rounding lower back - bending too far forward - knees tracking over toes - heels coming off the ground - *its important to understand that everyone is different, their levels of flexibility, hip angles
he best way to learn how to squat correctly is to do squats facing a wall. Bring your toes to the wall, almost touching, then sit down. Stay looking straight so you learn to keep your torso up. Sit as low as you can go then hold the seated position for 5-10 seconds and repeat.