Quick Tip #2: How To Do A Perfect Squat | 30 DAY BUTT LIFT


Quick Tip #2: How to do a perfect squat from 30 DAY BUTT LIFT is a step-by-step tutorial on the proper way to execute a standard squat in order to avoid injury and maximize workout results. Perfect your form as you sculpt a firm and shapely booty with Expert Trainer & Fitness Model, Courtney Prather. Learn one of her favorite exercises for toning the hips, thighs, calves, and butt while strengthening the core. Slim the waistline and melt away fat with this invaluable tip from the all new “30 Day Butt Lift” Workout Program, only on BeFit! Try adding weights to this exercise once you have mastered it to up the intensity and burn more calories. Squats are a quick and effective way to workout no matter where you are or what your skill level is. Look and feel your best as you learn from the pros. Tune in to BeFit everyday through 12/7 for brand new “30 Day Butt Lift” workouts featuring Alicia Marie and Courtney Prather, and be sure to try the full 30 day program for FREE! Click here for more Butt workouts:


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42 thoughts on “Quick Tip #2: How To Do A Perfect Squat | 30 DAY BUTT LIFT”

  1. My gym coach makes us go all the way down until you hit your feet with your butt and if you don't do it right he will make you do it over and over again ?

  2. Is it normal if i only feel it on my knees ? It does not hurt but I feel it there. I have arched leg, i don't know if it's supposed to do anything with that

  3. i dont know how i got here… but please do not listen to this idiot! she has no clue how to squat…

  4. she said don't let the knees go over the toes and it is exactly she did.. a person can't do squats without their knees going over their toes unless in a smith rack.. to squat and not let your knees be over your ankle you would lose balance and topple over.

  5. i did everything you said, but i still feel this exercise more in my lower back and thighs, not really in my gluten…why?

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