Is Asian squatting really something that only Asians can do?

Asian squat is a squat with feet completely on the ground, buttocks close to the ankle and knees separated. It is named for the effortless action of Asians. < p > < p > Asian squatting requires the cooperation of four joints of waist, hip, knee and ankle as well as the cooperation of multiple muscles of the body. The muscles used in squatting are: erector spinalis, gluteus maximus, quadriceps femoris, popliteus and triceps crus. If there is a problem with any muscle, you can’t finish the Asian squat. When the knee joint, hip joint, ankle joint and lumbar spine appear some pathological changes, it will also lead to the inability to complete the Asian squat, so this complete posture requires the coordination of all joints and muscles. In addition, overweight body may not be able to complete the Asian squat. < / P > < p > first of all, squat exercises can strengthen blood vessels. People squat down, the body into three fold, the compressed blood vessels contract, Qi and blood rush to the whole body is not squeezed blood vessels, forcing them to expand. When people stand up, the whole body of Qi and blood rush to the original squeezed blood vessels, filling them with blood. Such a squat together, a pressure a release, a flush back and forth of the blood circulation and metabolism can be accelerated. < p > < p > secondly, squatting can strengthen joints, bones and muscles. It can improve the range of motion of the knee joint, lower knee joint and knee joint. Often do squat exercise, can enhance muscle strength. < / P > < p > finally, squatting can reduce weight. Squatting can consume a lot of heat, which can reduce the body’s excess fat, especially the fat accumulated in the buttocks and thighs. Moreover, due to the compression of the abdomen, squatting can promote the combustion and decomposition of fat around the abdominal organs, reduce the accumulation of fat, stimulate the digestion of gastrointestinal food and promote the secretion of digestive enzymes.