Squats are also one of the best functional exercises out there, promoting mobility and balance and helping you complete real-world activities with ease.
- Help with Waste Removal
Squatting is the quickest solution to constipation. It improves the pumping of body fluids, aiding in the removal of waste and delivery of nutrition to all tissues, including organs and glands. They're also useful for improved movement of feces through your colon and more regular bowel movements.
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- Tone Your Backside, Abs and Entire Body
Squatting is useful for toning and tightening your behind, abs, and legs. It also helps build muscles that help to protect you against obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
- Burn More Fat
One of the most time-efficient ways to burn more calories is actually to gain more muscle! For every pound of additional muscle you gain, your body will burn an additional 50-70 calories per day. So, if you gain 10 pounds of muscle, you will automatically burn 500-700 more calories per day than you did before.
- Prevent Injuries
Most athletic injuries involve weak stabilizer muscles, ligaments and connective tissues, which squats help strengthen. They also help prevent injury by improving your flexibility (squats improve the range of motion in your ankles and hips) and balance, as noted above.