In our previous post, we covered the Deadlift, a safe and effective way for picking up your kettlebell. The second movement we'd like to cover is the Squat!
There's so much you can do with a good squat. It emphasizes the quads and core, as you focus on maintaining proper hip positioning - down and back - while keeping the knees behind and in line with your toes. Lot's happening here and a great movement for lower-body strengthening and toning.
Once again, start with a few reps to develop good form (check the list above). The most common error with the squat is the heels coming off the floor.
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