I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM. This is how to perform a full range of motion squat. To perform a full range of motion squat, you do need to have adequate flexibility. This is a great movement that targets the entire lower body. To perform the full range of motion squat, stand with your feet approximately shoulder-width apart, you can extend your hands in front of you or place then behind your head. From here, you want to push your hips back while keeping your chest up, dropping your glutes all the way down until your hamstrings touch your calves. You don't want your toes or your heels to come off the floor and keep a full foot throughout the entire movement. From here, drive all the way up and repeat. There are a couple of assists you can use to help. One is to grab on to a pole or bar in front of you and at this point, with arms fully extended, keep the chest up drop the hips all the way to the ground and then lift back up using the bar as an assist if you need to help yourself get back out of a squat. The next option to perform a full squat with an assist is use a counter weight. A dumbbell can work great. Extend the weight out in front of you with full arms. You don't need a lot of weight. From here, drop down into the squat, come back up. Same feet position, shoulder width apart, drop down until your hamstrings touch the back of your calves, bring the chest up, your eyes looking straight ahead. I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM, and that's how to perform a full range of motion squat.