This challenge uses only one type of exercise which you must do every day, and the minutes you spend doing the exercise will increase as the days go by to build up your core muscles - making it stronger and making sure that you get to the final day of the challenge.
All you need to follow is the time allotted per day in the 30-day squat challenge. But if you think you can do more during the day, then you may do some repetitions. Remember though that the exercise will become tougher as the days go by and you may need just to follow it as it is.
What Are Squats Good For?
Squats are full-body, compound exercises that work out many of your muscle groups. A simple squat will work out your buttocks, hips, and thighs. It will also work out your quadriceps femoris muscles that cover your rectus femoris, vast intermedius, vastus medialis and vastus lateralis.
Squats also condition your hamstrings and strengthen your body’s tendons, ligaments, and bones. Squats also work out your costal muscles, trunk muscles, abdominals, upper and lower back – and your arms and shoulders isometrically – the muscles tense although they don’t contract.
Just some of major squat exercise benefits include:
- Increase the size and strength of your buttocks and legs while working out your core’s strength.
- Increase blood circulation in the body by stretching the muscles. Good circulation means that the body absorbs more oxygen and essential nutrients.
- Squats burn extra fat. The more muscle you have, the more fat is burned during squat exercises. We all know that muscles assist in burning fat, and squatting on a regular basis will get you back into shape.
- Squats help in improving the flexibility of the knees and other joints with the help of stretches.
30 Day Squat Challenge Before and After Pictures
Check out these 30 day squat challenge before and after pictures to get a better perspective of the results of the 30-day challenge:
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