Exercise squat

Exercise squat

Squat is weight lifting exercises which trains full lower body muscles such as the muscles of the abdomen, pelvis, and legs. This exercise is one of the most important exercises Rafii weightlifting where this exercise will train the most important muscles responsible for strength and endurance, a pelvic muscles. This is a complex exercise of exercises with weights heavy, but most important of all, when applied properly will prevent back pain due to strengthen the muscles of the abdomen, pelvis, and legs associated with lower back pain. The squat exercise will strengthen bones, ligaments, tendons, the lower section of the body.

Some coaches argue that squat exercise is the main reason for back and knee pain, and as a result has been the emergence of similar to squatting exercises such as the squat seat, Zerr Squat, etc.. In any case remains squat exercise is the best sport weightlifting exercises to gain strength and muscle. Some coaches trains players half squatting exercise and it will lead to knee pain because of the pressure on the legs. Unlike the full squat exercise that uses the pelvic muscles and legs.

Application and how to practice exercise:

The start of movement and upright. And be Albarbel (Barbell) resting on the trapezius muscle in the upper back. Movement is affected when the pelvic returns (rear) back and bend the knees to be the trunk Below cooperation with gravity located on Albarbel. And now the most important part is how to climb, and you are at the bottom Keep your balance and first through the pelvis and then click on the abdominal muscles and the rear so it will be applied exercise correctly.


There are a lot of tools used in helping to perform exercise such as cage exercise independent of means for an assistant. Smith Machine (Smith Machine) do not apply exercise where you remove the balance leading to tremendous pressure on knee and back muscles.

World records:

Vlad Elahzov, 566.9 kg, Russia.
Shin Haman, 457.5 kg, United States of America.
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