Squat tips by @fitness_iq .
Keeping those hips-locked 🔒 under-load is imperative if your handling heavy loads during the squat and are trying to avoid any potential back injury. . You should be getting grandpa/ grandpa 👴🏼 ass at the top ✅of the movement not a nice little peach due to sticking your butt out (anterior Pelvic tilt) 😜 . Bring your hips into full extension at the top of every repetition and holding for a sec there before descending📉 again. . DON'T OVER squeeze them other wise you'll go into hyperextension / posterior pelvic tilt and can experience some lumbar pain💢 due to the unnecessary lumbar shear🔁 force being created. . Bringing your hips into full extension at the top of the movement will allow you to keep your joints in a safer 👌🏽position when under heavier loads by stacking📚 them on top of each other. . Tag a friend that needs start having a grandpa /grandma ass at the top of the squats!? 😂 ❤️💯
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