Squats and its great benefit

squat analysisIf you're looking for a supreme way to increase your strength and overall fitness and get some great and quick results from your training routine, look no further than performing correct and efficient squatting exercises.

The squat stresses the knees in exactly the way they are meant to function, causing great adaptations of the bones, muscles, and connective tissues around the knee joint. Squatsintentionally and progressively stress the entire body through a large range of motion for the hips and the knees. The result of this intentional adaptive stress is an increase in bone density and strengthening of tendons and muscles that support the knee. These are all changes that promote long term knee health.

Squat improves central nervous activity, balance, and it trains the energy
pathways. These changes reduce the risk of knee injury due to lack of coordination, balance, fatigue, or a lack of basic strength. The conclusion is the same that has been variously pronounced, stated, and declared by others,
but which I will put down again here: In the absence of a prohibitive injury or condition, every person who can squat, should.

So in a simple and easier way:
  • Squats trains entire body.
  • Is one of the most functional exercises in real life
  • Is one of the most time efficient exercise that burns the most calorie in order to burn more body fat and lose weight.
  • Increase mobility and balance
  • Boosts sports conditioning level and enhance performance
  • Tone up the entire body and keeps you in shape.
 
 “There is simply no other exercise, and certainly no machine, that produces the level of central nervous system activity, improved balance and coordination, skeletal loading and bone density enhancement, muscular stimulation and growth, connective tissue stress and strength, psychological demand and toughness, and overall systemic conditioning than the correctly performed full squat.”

–Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training (3rd Ed.)