Squats are rarely fun. Let’s get to know how to do them the right way.
In this video, YouTuber and fitness trainer Hybrid Calisthenics shows the right method to do deep squats without pain.
Find a competent and painless variation.
Practice that feasible variation one to two times for two to three sets.
Move on when you hit the goals.
Supine squats - Goal: 3 sets of 50
Start with something you can do and work your way up as you get stronger. You start by lying down squatting using a resistance band. It is one of the easiest versions of squats.
Jackknife squats- Goal: 3 sets of 35
Find something similar to your knee height. Now do squats with the assistance of your arms. Try to keep your heels on the ground.
Assisted squats- Goal: 3 sets of 30
Find something similar to your hip height. Assist by pulling at the bottom rather than pushing. If your joints hurt doing it, try assisting a little bit more.
Half squats- Goal: 2 sets of 50
Work on half squats. If half is too low for you, try doing third squats. Keep going lower over time as you get stronger until you finally do a full-range bodyweight squat.
Remember, always follow your half sets with an assisted full set. Also, do some calf raises on a stair step to help your ankle mobility.
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