Bodyweight Squats: The Most Important Exercise in Your Workout Arsenal
Whether your goal is to lose weight, put on muscle or maintain your physique, the most crucial exercise in your workout plan should include bodyweight squats or squats in general as a priority.
When I first fell in love with fitness, I was a whopping 155 pounds soaking wet with bricks in my pockets. AND, I had a small beer belly too. Like most people, I started exercising and guessing my way through things. Eventually, I got into great shape. However, I was top heavy – I looked like the human chicken. It was ridiculous.
Then, I had my life-changing exposure to my now favorite exercise, the squat. Once I started squatting, I packed on some much-needed muscle that helped me burn fat efficiently and built more strength in my weight training. In turn, I became leaner and stronger.
You will find I cover this exercise quite a bit in my books. Have a look at my latest compilation book An Ultimate Home Workout Plan Bundle
and you will see squatting repeatedly covered.
Why Bodyweight Squats?
Why do I cover squatting so much? Squats burn more calories – more muscle in the legs require more calories for use. Adding muscle to your legs will only increase your results throughout the rest of your body.
I’ll catch you later. In the meantime, I’m going to crank out a few hundred squats. Send me an email, I’ll personally tell you how to do so many squats without dying.
-Dale L. Roberts, One Jacked Monkey, LLC
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