Squats are an important method to strengthen your legs, but in the event you aren’t quite ready for normal squats, try squats with a chair. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform a squat with a chair:
1. Put a chair behind you for a goal and support. Stand along with your feet shoulder width apart and facing forward.
2. Keeping your knees behind your toes, squat down while sticking your bottom out and bringing your chest forward. Touch the chair flippantly along with your bottom and stand back up.
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