There is nothing more attractive than strong, smart and sexy lifters.
A body that squats, is a body that rocks.
Squatting, especially barbell back squats can be hard on your body though.
If you don't prep and prepare your feet, legs, torso, neck and spine to handle
an axial load of several hundred pounds... you're short changing yourself.
Here are two videos that might help you get ready for heavy squatting and
keep your body free from imbalance and injury.
#1 How To Stretch For Squats (do this FIRST)
#2 How To Squat
Follow both of these routines by some dynamic warm-ups and light squat
work.... then you'll be ready to attack you back squat like a pro.
"Your body is your mind!"
Becoming the strongest version of yourself is a multifaceted process which
Physical Strength (structure, posture, performance)
Physiological Strength (digestion, breathing, hormones)
Energetic Strength (mind, character, soul)
Life Mastery (authenticity, generosity, legacy)
No part of you is more -or- less important than the others.
“There are three motives for which we live; we live for the body, we live for the mind,
we live for the soul.
No one of these is better or holier than the other; all are alike desirable, and no one of
the three—body, mind, or soul—can live fully if either of the others is cut short of full
life and expression.” - Wallace D Wattles