Are you sick of doing the same old traditional Squat in your workouts?
Or maybe you are not able to do Squats because of joint injuries or arthritis?
As I mentioned in a previous article, using different exercise variations can be helpful to prevent boredom and gain strength even if you are not able to complete the traditional version.
Today, I will share some exercise variations for the Squat.
Squats are a compound movement. This means that to complete one repetition, you are using nearlyevery muscle in your entire body. This is why Squats are part of every workout plan. They build strength and burn a lot of calories, making them an excellent choice for muscle-building, weight and/or fat loss or pure weight lifting.
By using the following variations, we can shift the focus slightly to enhance some muscle groups worked and decrease force that is put on joints.