Many people struggle to squat as their torso will pitch forward (this is when people tend to complain about their lower back aching or hurting), and/or their weight will leave the heels and shift to the front of their feet so their knees will shoot well beyond the toes (this is when people tend to complain about their knees hurting). This subtle tactic seems to address and correct many of these issues as it gives people a mental cue as to how they should squat. Obviously, if you lack mobility in certain areas, you will need to address these issues before you will be able to squat safely and effectively.
This is my client Susan. She continues to make so much progress. For the majority of our time together, due to body some pretty large asymmetries and imbalances, we have focused mainly on unilateral exercises. Now that her strength, stability, and mobility are 100x better than when we started working together (and continue to improve on a weekly basis), and now that the extreme asymmetries are drastically better, I am now incorporating more bilateral exercises into her training program. Keep up the amazing work Susan!! 💪❤️