A variation of the basic exercise for complex body development.
Dumbbells develop the stabilizators involved while holding the weight in hands.
Stand facing the dumbbells.
Your feet should be about shoulder-width apart. Slightly bend your knees.
Arch your back in the lower back a little.
Bend at the lower back leaning forward until thighs are almost at the horizontal level.
Grab the dumbbells with a grip with your palms facing down, your arms should be parallel to your legs.
Fix the lower back in position and tighten your abs.
As you exhale, smoothly straighten up avoiding arching your back.
The dumbbells should go along your thighs in close contact with them.
Once your legs and body are straight, begin to slowly lower the dumbbells as you inhale.
To do the next reps you don't need to put the dumbbells on the floor.
Always start doing this exercise with light weights.
While going up, the knees should remain parallel. During the squat, your knees should be pointed in the same direction as your feet.
Do not hold your breath, it increases blood pressure.
Do not throw your head back and do not bend your back.