Muscle & Fitness Magazine Article: The Squat Exercise

The benefits of the squat exercise (deep knee bends with weights) are so great, it should be performed consistently for the rest of our lives! Just think of how many stairs we climb, get out of bed and walk.  Squats utilize more muscle groups and weight-bearing joints than any other exercise. Doing squats not only adds tremendous strength to the quadriceps and gluteal muscles but adds stability to the knees and ankles and helps prevents low back pain. Whether you are a professional athlete, fitness enthusiast or in exercise rehabilitation, you can benefit from squats.

Read the full-length article by clicking its thumb nail on the home page of www.DrSaracino.com

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