There's some popular advice out there to "sit in a squat for at least 30 minutes a day" – and that advice is not "wrong" per se, but it's not necessarily the best (or most enjoyable) way for most people to improve their squat mobility. https://s.gmb.io/squat We prefer getting into a squat (even if that means you're holding on to a chair, or using the floor for support), and MOVING. Explore where your restrictions are. See if you can find areas of your squat that feel particularly good or loose. Move around in the tight spots to try to loosen things up. That's the kind of exploration GMB Trainer Greg Woods (from Agatsu NC) is showing here. It's great to spend time in your squat every day. But it's a lot more fun when you can learn something from that time, and start moving more freely.
Posted by GMB Fitness on Friday, 7 February 2020