Deep Squat Lift:

- Get as close as possible to the object being lifted.
- Place your feet nice and wide to keep you stable as you lift.
- Initiate squatting down to the object by bringing your hips back and bending your knees. Make sure you are hinging (folding) at the hip crease and that you are maintaining a straight back. Do not round your spine.
- When you get to the bottom of your squat, pick up the object and bring it as close to your body as possible.
- Push through your legs to come up to a standing position, again maintaining a straight back and keeping the object close to your body.

Half Kneel Left:

- Get as close as possible to the object being lifted.
- Place your feet one foot in front of the other nice and wide to keep you stable as you lift.
- Bend your front and back knee to get down to the floor so that your back knee rests on the floor. Make sure are hinging (folding) at the hip crease and that you are maintaining and straight back. Do not round your spine.
- When you get to the bottom of your kneel, pick up the object and bring it as close to your body as possible.
- Push through your legs to come up to a standing position, again maintaining a straight back and keeping the object close to your body.

Precautions:
If you have any pain or discomfort, do not continue the exercise and speak to a medical professional.
 

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