BEGINNER SQUAT CIRCUIT | 4 Home Bodyweight Squat Exercises to Build Stronger Legs After 40.

BEGINNER SQUAT CIRCUIT | 4 Home Bodyweight Squat Exercises to Build Stronger Legs After 40.

Beginner squat circuit to build a strong foundation and stronger legs after 40. Even if you’re not a total beginner but have been inconsistent with exercising, this is a great beginner squat circuit to rebuild your fitness foundation. Take the time to build muscular leg strength correctly.

And if you happen to be over 40, this is vital to condition your body properly. This hits home for me since I’m heading into my mid 40’s. You and I don’t recover as quickly as we once use to. So I encourage you to slow down and take the time necessary to build stronger muscular strength to help prevent future aches, pains and injuries.

In this beginner squat circuit I go through 4 different variations of squats;
1) Bodyweight Squat
2) Plie Squat
3) Wall Sit (Isolation Squat)
4) Lateral Squat

I recommend targeting 12-15 reps and 2 sets. If you find this too difficult in the beginning, aim for 8-10 reps.

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I focus on the over 40 crowd with 7 minute full body fat loss and calisthenic workouts to stay fit anywhere. I help to reclaim your youthful energy and achieve a slimmer pain free body. I understand how challenging life can be with your an aging body and responsibilities of your life. You’re juggling between work and family and it isn’t easy. You’re exhausted and frustrated but you still try your best to stay in shape. But you’re losing the battle of the bulge.
While you focus on your all your other important responsibilities, I am focused on You. I will help you get healthy, stay healthy, look amazing and feel confident.
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