The 30 Day Squat Challenge For Beginners
The original squat workout is not bad unless you want to end up with sore knees and a bad back. One must do squats daily. I looked at several forums about this workout and found that a lot of people couldn't keep it up - burnt out or they started developing sore knees. I don't know how many people warm-up before performing this squat challenge, and there is no break from day to day with this routine.
The correct way of strengthening your muscles is to have a rest day between workouts and do not exercise the same muscle groups daily. One should always have a 48 - 72 hours rest between strength training exercises because this promotes healing of the muscle tissue, that is torn during the workout.
How to squatMake sure you are performing the squats correctly and if you need to, practice with a chair. Learning the proper squatting technique will help to keep your knees and back pain-free.
Remember to warm-up, cool-down and stretch when doing this challenge. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to send me at firstname.lastname@example.org an email or leave a comment below.
The Squat Challenge PDFYou can also get three levels from beginners to advanced on one printable. The 30-90 day squat challenge can be purchased from my Etsy shop and it is an instant download upon purchase.
What you will receive in the pdf:
1. Three squat and plank calendars/journal-three levels
2. How-to information
3. Fitness Assessment Chart
4. Before and After Picture Display
Get it HERE!