Benefits of squats: 7 reasons why you should do it everyday

Now enjoy a better posture and walk like a supermodel with a straighter back and shoulders, and aligned hips and thighs!

Love Sutra Love Sutra Dec 14, 2018
Benefits of squats: 7 reasons why you should do it everyday Benefits of squats: 7 reasons why you should do it everyday

Squats are one of the easiest exercises, it is for EVERYONE. Everybody should include it in their daily routine. In other words, squats are a magic wand exercise! They are basic exercises they don't take too much time, can be done without any extra equipment, and can do wonders!

With squats, you can get a noticeable increase in your overall fitness level in no time! Squats are very popular among people, but there are still a lot of people who don't understand the value of this killer exercise.

For them, here are the 7 reasons why you should start squatting today:

1. Burn fat faster

burn fat faster Squats will help you to burn fat faster All exercises encourage the loss of fat. But squats use a large portion of our total muscle groups -- they are more effective at burning fat than other exercises that use a small number of muscles.

The more strength you have on your muscle, the easier it is to burn fat faster! Squats help you to burn between 50 and 70 additional calories each day.

So with the right diet, burn fat and build muscle.

2. Reduces injury risk

reduces the risk injurySquats strengthen ligamentsSquats strengthen connective tissues and when you have strong connective tissues, your injury risk drops. Joints and ligaments are often injured during other exercises.

Squats are an easy exercise and the best way to strengthen these weaker body parts to prevent injuries.

3. Great for toning

great for toningIt is also the best exercise to tone your legsIf you want to tone your legs,squats work the best!

Squats use every leg muscle and primarily tone your lower body. It also improves the strength of your calves, hamstrings and quadriceps along with other muscles to improve your balance.

Squats are the best exercise for toning.

4. Reduce constipation problem

reduce constipation problemSquatting improves the flow of body fluidsSquats can be done in various ways but doing it in a basic style by opening the pelvis and sitting in a squat position is best because it's an ideal position for human waste removal.

Modern toilets do not allow for this natural position, which leads to constipation. Squats reduce the risk of intestinal blockages and help to move the waste of your body to intestines.

5. Improves circulation

improves circulationSquates are recommended for increased blood flow ratesKeeping weakness aside, have you ever experienced a 'dead leg', numbness, tingling or a feeling of coldness in your extremities?

All these happen because of poor circulation. Our circulatory system totally relies on bodily movement, which is why exercise - including squats work best as a preventative step.

Including squats in your daily exercise routine will boost your circulation and make you feel fresh.

6. Ticket to a rounder butt

ticket to a rounder buttSquates gives you a big, round buttSquads engage many muscles and are a great multi-purpose exercise. Squats will help you to get a firmer and bigger butt, without putting pressure on the back.

Squats will build your muscles and regulate glucose properly. Secondly, it also tightens and tones your abs and legs.
If you've not started doing squats till now, start off right away!

7. Improves your posture

improves your postureSquats are the magic wand of exercise! Squats will improve your posture! You just need to learn how to hold a proper form when carrying out the movement. It is important to maintain a good posture while you do the exercise, and the more you do it, the better your posture gets in general.

The right exercise can give you a straighter back and shoulders, and aligned hips and thighs.

So now, enjoy a better posture and walk like a supermodel with regular squats!

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