Master Your Squat Exercise…First.
Work your legs and core all in one move with a squat. Mastering proper form on your squat opens the door to endless additional variations. The squat is also a functional movement, meaning you stand up and sit down countless times during your daily activities. So having adequate strength to do so properly means a reduced risk of injury.
Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart. Extend both arms straight out in front of you to help counter-balance sitting back. Bending from your knees and hips, sit back and lower your body down about 6 inches to start. Stand up straight to complete one rep. Here are you essential form points:
Keep your shoulders down and back.
Keep your chin parallel to the floor and ears directly over your shoulders.
Maintain neutral pelvis.
Pull your belly button in.
Maintain knee alignment over your ankles.
Consult your physician before performing exercise.