We all know a good-looking squat is a thing of beauty – however, I might be biased!
But what is a good looking squat if we break it down. In this short video I take you through 2 of the things I assess with new clients before they go anywhere near a bar or even a dumbbell.
If you can ascertain that the range of movement required at the key joints is achievable then your client should be able to squat right? Not necessarily. There may be no physical limitations, but they may not have learnt how to do it properly. That’s were you come in as the coach.
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Hips, knees and ankles are obviously what we’re looking at here. I take you through both hips and ankles as these are often the areas missing the required range of movement.
If you are stuck with certain movements with your clients give me a bell - I’d be only too happy to help see more people out there moving better.