Why End of Three Fitness? Why, of the millions of fitness sites out there, would you choose to stop at this one and stay for a while? Because End of Three Fitness is awesome, that’s why!! Ok, maybe I am a little biased, but, when I wrote the Fallen Hero Project completion post on Monday, […]
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I want to start this post off today by saying this is my proudest moment of running End of Three Fitness. I’m not proud of myself. I am proud of the End of Three Fitness community. I am proud to be a part of the most incredible group of people on the web. I am […]
Here’s another one! A ridiculously awesome, yet brief, guide. I don’t claim the whole “ridiculously awesome” thing too often, unless the article is deserving. Last time I did this was with this article: A Ridiculously Awesome, Yet Brief, Guide to Double Unders So here is another attempt! *Clears throat* Let us begin. What is this […]
Are you just doing what everyone else does? If you are just doing what everyone else does, and everyone else hates fitness, why do it? Why not be uniquely fit? We all know, at Eo3, fitness is a lifestyle, a journey a pursuit. If you can ingrain fitness into ever fiber of your being, working out […]
Today, I want to talk about how to do a squat, rather, I want to teach you how to perform the perfect squat, because chances are…you are doing it wrong, and I don’t care if you can squat 600 lbs, your squat can still suck.
I’ll be your coach for this “how to do a squat” clinic and my son, William (less than a year old), will provide a demonstration.
Why you might ask?
Because he has the perfect squat!! I didn’t teach him how to do a squat. I didn’t spend hours working on his mobility. I don’t have to provide tactile feedback to put him in the right position.
Nope, none of that.
William, and most children, have a perfect squat. They are born that way. So what happened?? Somewhere along the way we de-programmed our perfect, natural, human movement. We stop moving the way we should, we stop stretching and we leave our muscles to fend for themselves.
Overtime, we end up with some pretty awful excuses, that we would like to call a “squat”. So let’s fix ourselves.