Squatting is a particularly good exercise method for women, because it is not limited by time and place, and has the most obvious effect on thighs and hips. It has become a trump card for training thigh muscles and hip shaping, which can exercise the muscles of the whole body, which is particularly beneficial to women's bodies.
Improve muscle capacity
In daily life, we insist on doing 50 squats every day. Over time, it is easy to help people improve their muscle ability, especially for people who do not like exercise. Generally, there are few muscles and the strength of muscles is relatively weak. If we insist on squatting for a long time, we can enhance the strength of muscles.
As the saying goes: trees grow old first, and people grow old first. Because the amount of leg muscle accounts for more than 70% of the total body muscle, its workload is large. Walking, running, jumping, squatting and other actions in people's daily life are all dominated by the leg muscles of lower limbs.
Therefore, the thigh is the most important pillar of the human body. A pair of strong thighs can support most of the actions in our daily life. Squatting can promote the accelerated circulation of blood in the legs, effectively enhance the strength of the legs, the core strength of the body and the stability of muscles, so as to effectively slow down the aging speed of the body.
Create better hip lines
The stimulation of squat to hip muscles is unmatched by other actions. Practicing hip without squat is like practicing chest without bench press, without soul.
Especially in the start-up stage of squatting, it mainly depends on the strength of the hips, so squatting is essential if you want to raise your hips.
Enhance cardiopulmonary function
If you insist on squatting every day, you can improve the function of your heart and lungs. When you practice squatting, you need to control your breathing well in order to maintain a stable heart rate.
In this way, the chest can be exercised to the greatest extent, and the lungs will be filled with enough oxygen, so as to improve the lung capacity, and improve the symptoms of hypoxia and ischemia of the heart, so as to improve the function of the heart.
With developed lower limb muscles, the balance of the body will also become better, which is complementary to flexibility. This will also help promote more strength, help you develop more muscles in training, and also means that it will provide more room for those mixed weightlifting movements and lower body basic movements.