To Full Squat Or Not To Full Squat?

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Conditioning and strengthening the leg muscles increases the muscles’ shock absorbing stability along with skill in the knee joint, thereby minimizing progress and the effects of arthritis.

When performed correctly, squatting is a safe exercise. In relatively good physical condition with no history of knee injuries and a person who’s healthy can do a full squat squat with nominal risk. When squatting, individuals having a history of knee injury have to give considerable thought to squatting correctly in order to decrease the pressure put on the knee joint. The power to do the full depth squat is an indication of great physical well-being. 

Personally, I plan to continue doing squats as long as I possibly can, along with other exercise routines. It makes me feel better and stronger. Plus, I just enjoy working out. You never get too old to move your body.

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