To do squats, stand with your feet shoulder width apart, bend your knees slightly, tuck in your abs and keep your back as straight as possible. Tighten your body, and slowly lower yourself down. Slowly rise back up to co... More »

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To do a perfect squat, stand up straight with your feet hip-width apart, move your shoulders back, extend both arms in front of you, inhale, and pull your hips back as you bend your knees and lower your body as if you ar... More »

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Squats can be broken down into two main categories: squats done with weights or without weights. A secondary categorization divides squats into those which build large muscle groups and those which tone muscles. Barbells... More »

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Jessica Smith from Shape magazine explains that Hindu squats differ from conventional squats by allowing a person's knees to bend out over the toes as she lifts her heels off the floor. However, Smith explains that exerc... More »

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Training abs requires performing exercises that target the muscles of the abdomen and eating a balanced diet that supports your muscles. Training abdominal muscles requires dedication and hard work. More »

When sitting, keep feet on the floor, a gap between the back of the knees and the front of the seat, and shoulders relaxed with the forearms parallel to the ground, as a way to maintain posture. Slightly bend the knees w... More »

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Lower abs can be built by crunching this portion down hard as per every repetition. You can also try to incorporate other exercises that target lower abs like reverse crunches and hanging leg raises. More »

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