The Top 10 Reasons Why People Don't Do Squats

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Top 10 lists are always fun  -- so
here's one I think you'll enjoy.

The Top 10 Reasons Why People
Don't Do

10. They make your legs big, and you can't
wear hipster jeans.

9. They make you big all over, and then you
can't wear hipster anything.

8. They're too dangerous, and you know it
because you saw a guy doing them on a
stability ball and he fell off and hurt

8a. Another guy did squats on roller-skates,
and he hurt himself, too.

7. They don't have an app for it.

6. Suri doesn't say you should do them.

6a. Suri doesn't know what they are.

5. You read something on the internet that
said not to do them, and the guy who said
it had a really cool avatar.

4. You train at a gym where all the squat
cages are curl cages.

4a. Or towel and water bottle hangers.

3. You read something on the internet that
said squats were old-fashioned, and that
guy had a really cool avatar, too.

Note: There's a tie for no. 2, so I'll share
both of them with you.

2a. You've never done them, but you want
to be considerate of everyone else at the
gym and not hog all the big plates.

2b. If there's a Zombie Apocalypse, the
zombies will eat the big guys first.

And -- drum-roll, please -- here's the
no. 1 reason why people don't do

1. You're allergic to hard work.

I'm sure you can think of a few others!

Of course, Dinos don't think this way --
but sometimes it seems like everyone else
As always, thanks for reading and have a
great day. If you train today, make it a good

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Doug Hepburn always did plenty of squats,
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P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Skinny jeans
great, but squats are better." -- Brooks