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Building the Foundation
There are few strength training movements that can compete with the squat and it's various forms. Learning to squat correctly will create tremendous power in your lower body, improve your balance and posture and burn a lot of energy in the process.
No matter how you slice it up - you are training, at a minimum, half of your body.
Wall Squats, using a stability ball against a wall, are sure to fire up your thighs and butt. A great beginning move when just starting out but one that you will use indefinitely - even when you think you have mastered the technique.
Great squats require practice. A way to start that practice begins with a stability ball wall squat. The movement forces you to sit back and use your glutes for pushing as opposed to the top of your legs.
PUSH THROUGH HEELS. PUSH THROUGH HEELS. PUSH THROUGH HEELS!