Which muscles are used when doing squats?

Answer

Squats are exercises that merge various muscle groups. They include the quadriceps muscles which engage when you're performing a standing or lunging squat, the buttocks muscles which are also known as the gluteals, the hamstrings as well as the spinal erectors.
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