A stronger core means a stronger squat. It’s true. It also means a nicer stomach and more shapely legs. Sign me up. Diana, the world’s best pelvic floor physical therapist (check out Success Physical Therapy), gave me this gem to share with you all. I was totally and utterly shocked at how challenging it was. This exercise is great because it really triggers your brain to connect with your core during the squat motion. You can do varying degrees of difficulty depending on your strength and core stability. It is great way to work the core and your legs without pressure on your spine. Give this a go!