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How To Do a Barbell Squat

The back squat is probably the most classic of compound exercises. It targets the quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings, and calves. The video above highlights form cues. 

- Heels directly under shoulders. 

- Toes slightly pointed out. 

- Bar resting across traps. 

- Engage core and lats. 

- Keep weight on heels. 

- Don’t let knees cave inward. 

- Force hips through to lockout.

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