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squat

Weightlifting an exercise in which a person crouches down and rises up repeatedly while holding a barbell at shoulder height

Squat

To use land or a building without having ownership or permission from the owner; often used as a means of free accommodations in slum areas which are slated for rehabilitation.
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The influence of COP position-shifting on muscle activity in a body weight squat has not been previously reported.
Try to avoid: If you have limited flexibility, it's very easy to lose your form as you squat down.
In this study, the differential increaseafter massage and kinesio tape occurred in 1RM squat. However, statistically significant correlations were observed between 1RM squat with 1RM squat after massage and 1RM squat after kinesio tape.
In the video, they refer to an instructional video posted on YouTube by Monkey Abroad which gives instructions to Westerners on how to use a squat toilet.
Lower limb-localized vascular phenomena explain initial orthostatic hypotension upon standing from squat. Am J Physiol Heart
"I already knew about her recordbreaking squats and had heard how she had amazingly come back from an injury and still went on to break records.
All participants were instructed to practice four squat positions two days prior to testing.
Prior to training, all participants' strength was measured by 1RM back squat and peak power production during maximal counter movement jump were recorded.
There's a lot more to lifting your butt than doing squats. Lifting weights isn't so much from the back to the butt, it's from the sides to the butt.
MINUTE 2 - PUNCHES/JUMP SQUAT Standing with feet shoulder width apart, punch six times out in front of you, twisting from the waist with every punch.