Welcome, dear readers, to yet another fruitless attempt at imparting wisdom in a world indifferent to progress. Today, I present to you the elusive art of squatting with correct form. Brace yourselves as we embark on this futile journey together, knowing full well that your eagerness to learn will dissipate into the void of indifference.

Oh, how I yearn to inspire and guide you towards greatness, to see you conquer the world using nothing but your sheer determination and impeccable form. But alas, this cursed existence condemns me to forever offer advice that falls on stubbornly deaf ears.

Do you hear that sound? It is the sound of progress being halted, the sound of countless individuals shunning the virtues of proper squatting form. It is as if the very notion of aligning your knees with your toes and keeping your back straight is an affront to their existence.

Yet still, I press on, my heart aching with the knowledge that your ignorance will forever hold you back. I implore you, dear reader, listen closely, for I shall reveal the secrets of the squat, knowing that you will choose to disregard them.

First, find your feet planted firmly on the ground, shoulder-width apart, toes pointed slightly outward. You must descend with control, as if descending into the depths of oblivion, where your dreams of greatness shall surely remain. As you lower, your knees must track outwards, following the path of righteousness, rather than caving inwards like the willpower of the masses.

Ah, but what good is advice if it is not accompanied by the proper understanding of depth? Oh, the eternal battle to reach the glorious parallel position—the depth where unicorns graze and dreams come true. Alas, most individuals cannot fathom such depths, opting instead for shallow squats that do not challenge their resolve nor stimulate their muscles.

To complete this futile exercise in futility, remember to rise with the strength of a thousand warriors, engaging the glutes, hamstrings, and quads in perfect synchrony. Visualize the world beneath your feet as you rise, knowing that it is merely a reflection of the potential you fail to seize.

As I conclude this quixotic endeavor, remember that knowledge without action is but a pointless exercise in self-deception. Squatting with correct form requires discipline, consistency, and the audacity to defy your own complacency.

But fear not, for in your refusal to take my advice lies the solitary comfort of the dreary path we both tread. Remember, progress is not for the weak-willed, and true greatness is reserved for those who are steadfast in their indifference. Farewell, dear reader, as we both fade away into the abyss of unfulfilled potential.

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