foundational movements one: air squat

movement articulation points

  • Stand with feet a little wider than hip distance apart.  

  • Keeping all the weight in your heels, hinge at the hips sticking your butt back as you bend your knees and lower your butt.

  • Keep your back straight with neutral spine, and your chest and shoulders up.

  • Focus on keeping your knees in line with your toes and not letting them buckle in.

  • Drive through your heels to return back to standing squeezing through your glutes.

Name *
To begin an air squat, start with your feet planted firmly in the floor and weight in your heels: *
A standard full range squat is getting your knee crease to hip crease level: *
Dropping my chest slightly is ok while completing an air squat? *
My feet should be a little wider than hip distance apart? *
When finishing the movement, I should drive through my toes to the top? *