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Instructions and Help about When Form 8815 Checklist

Divide this text into sentences and correct mistakes: - What's up guys, Jeff Cavaliere athleanx.com? Obviously, the squat is obviously a major focus of a lower body strength program. Why? Because it's one of the most functional movement patterns we do. We do know that there are some checkpoints though with a squat, and I think that a lot of guys are overlooking one of the most important. And I'll show you that today. - When we squat, we know that elbows should be tucked, head should be up, feet should be on a line, toes pointed out, and knees go out as we go down. Now, I'm going to do a whole other video talking about how one squat position doesn't fit for everybody, but we'll get to that at a different time. - For this video though, we know those points and I want to show you how even when you have all those checkpoints right, chest out right, there's still one thing that you can be doing dramatically wrong. I'll show you how to fix it today. - So, take any kind of stick that we can put on the ground here and we know that if you want to squat and squat properly, you should be square, right? It's like playing golf. Anyway, sort of play golf. This should be squared to the line, so my feet are square here. We're going to point the toes out a little bit, still square in the line. Whether your toes are straight ahead or whether your toes are pointed out, your feet are still square and lined up on that line. - When I go down into the squat again, the knees will go out, and I come down; head's up, chest out, elbows down, right glutes engaged. There's still a little...