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Most personal trainers have used a squat variation with their clients at some point in their training. Most trainers probably gave similar cues, instruction, and set up to perform the squat.
This article today will show you why people squat differently and will help you understand how you can adjust the squat ( a fundamental movement that every one of your clients should learn) to match their individual anatomy.
Thus, instantly making you a better trainer than most!
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