How to Improve Your Squats on the Total Gym

Squatting should be a staple in anyone’s fitness routine. No matter what your goal or ability level is, humans were made to squat. It’s evident in how children and toddlers bend to pick something up, or play with something on the floor. It’s a movement that is engrained in our biology, and it’s only when we subject ourselves to sitting behind a desk in school or at work that we lose the ability to do something so natural!

Being able to squat builds strong legs, strong core, and improves your daily function like standing up from a chair or walking up a flight of stairs. Squats come in all shapes and forms, from body weight squats to barbell squats and kettlebell squats, and hundreds of other variations. However, a great place to start is with your Total Gym!

The Total Gym provides a very low impact squat variation that allows you to strengthen your quads, hamstrings and glutes. Plus, it simply feels great!

Check out this great squat workout you can do right at home!

Devin Gage

Devin Gage is a fitness professional from the Philadelphia area who has helped hundreds of people throughout Chester County reach their fitness goals and improve their health through his business Gage Strength Training since 2012. Devin has used his years of experience working with people of all ages and ability levels improve their health, build functional strength and improve the overall quality of their lives. At Gage Strength Training, Devin tries to bring a personal touch and individual experience to each member to help them meet their goals… Devin believes there is no “one size fits all” program, and has been successful helping people who have never had success in a “traditional gym” achieve amazing results!

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