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squat

to occupy land or property without title or authority. Many systems give some protection to squatters even if only to the extent of requiring judicial process for removal.
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the possible reason for the large BP fall after standing from a squat may be as follows.
In her honour, the Gateshead Power Sports club will hold a squat competition to raise money for charity and her funeral costs.
Additionally, along with posing biomechanical challenges, the squat is also known to stress cardiopulmonary system (7, 21).
The technique and mechanics of a rear foot elevated, split squat (Bulgarian split squat) was reviewed.
At this time the squats in New York's Lower East Side were very much under attack, so Mike and Bueno were very keen to push back and take as much territory as possible.
MINUTE 5 - SQUAT THRUST/ SPRINT Hands on the floor, jump both legs out into a pressup position.
Stand in a squat position, hands behind your head for balance, elbows out.
Then land softly and lower into a squat, reaching both hands towards the floor.
Over the weekend the solidarity group had a full program of activities utilizing the squat house to demonstrate their presence in defiance of the letter received from the municipality.
The 30-day squat challenge has become a Liverpool fitness phenomenon while squats have become a big hitter on Twitter.