No matter where you look, you will see people talking about how squats are the king (or queen) of strength training exercises. I love squats as much as the next girl, and I find myself constantly experimenting with how I can make my workouts and the workouts for my clients as efficient as possible.
Along with efficiency from a time standpoint, we like to focus on the big goals for most people—losing fat and getting more defined and sculpted.
One of the best ways to do this is to incorporate some higher repetition and heavier weight work. This is a dynamic combination for fat loss. It’s important to note that if you are looking to lose fat, you must get yourself strong in order to boost your metabolism—more muscle equals more calories burned at rest (a.k.a., a higher metabolic rate).
Today, I wanted to share with you a technique you can use immediately with your squat…