Heel-Raised Tempo Squats

Heel elevated tempo squats correct a common squatting mistake: shifting the weight back into the heels. This error often neglects the crucial role of the toes in stabilizing our feet and ankles during the lift. It's akin to trying to use our hands without our fingers, which is clearly disadvantageous.

By consistently practicing this drill over time, the toes can be reintegrated into their intended role, which is to stabilize our body during the squat.