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We all could use more squats in our lives. A strong lower body is key for even simple tasks like rising from a chair or climbing stairs. The best part? They can be done anywhere.

1. Stand with your back against the wall. Walk your feet forward. 2. Bend your knees to slide your bum down the wall. Stop when your knees make roughly a 90-degree angle and you can still see your toes. Engage your bum and abs. Hold for 10 to 60 seconds.The Globe and Mail

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