Squats don’t exist in the P.volve method. Squats can push into your knees and take the exercise away from the glutes, which can lead to quad-dominance and an imbalanced body.
In P.volve, the foundational move is a “p.sit,” which involves:
Pushing your butt back and down 1-3 inches, knees back in line with your heels (think chair pose), pausing when you feel your glutes engage, and then pushing back up from the glutes.
The p.sit is also one of the best ways to tighten your lower abdominals, as the smaller range of motion will keep your glutes and lower abdominals engaged, further accelerating your results.
How to Do a p.sit