The holidays are almost upon us which means you’ll be headed home to see family and friends or old friends may be coming back into town.
This is the chance for you to show them how much you’ve let yourself go or how fit and healthy you’ve become!
Let’s not pretend like you won’t make that same New Years resolution to “get into shape” either! Let me guess, this is the year! You’ll join a gym, (money thrown away monthly) you make a solid go at it in January but before February maybe the snow prevents you from getting there, before you know it. it’s April you haven’t gone in a month BUT HEY, you’ll go back for the summer body?
Stop, just stop!
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Today, I had yet another person tell me they don’t do squats because they have bad knees. My initial reaction was to point out that if they had been doing squats all along they probably wouldn’t have bad knees. (She was a runner btw).
Squats are NOT bad for you. They aren’t bad for your back. They aren’t bad for your knees. They aren’t bad for your hips. If done incorrectly YES they can be very bad for you. Then again water is key to a happy healthy life and if you drink too much too fast it’ll kill you.
Ok so we’ve learned everyone should do squats whether it’s to prevent knee or back injury or to recover from knee or back injury. (After injury always check with a Dr. before performing any exercise!)
Here are simple articles to help everyone understand!