Squeeze into your butt.
That’s the secret to a high-quality squat. You need to squeeze into your butt.
Or so my latest personal trainer assures me.
Which is surprising. My previous personal trainer, Dom, promised me that it was all about the knees. “Keep your knees at a rectangle, don’t let them rotate inwards!”.
And the countless Youtube videos I’ve watched?
Yeah, they say it’s all about the thumbs…
If, you know, the thumbs are in the right position, you’re golden.
One agency is going to recommend that social media influencers will rock your world.
Another is going to suggest that you invest in a chatbot – “because ya know, everyone loves using them.”
And the Youtube guys? Well, they’re going to recommend that you MUST invest in their 10 point digital methodology, or your business will IMPLODE.
If you don’t have the experience or the resources to research a subject thoroughly, you’re likely to be basing your decision on a gut feeling – if you make any decision at all.
Like my personal trainer experience.
I have no experience in sports science. I don’t have the resources to question his advice. So most of the time I can’t ever be sure if what he’s saying is right…
“Not rotating the knees does make some kinda sense… err, yeah OK I’ll go with that”
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