Sittin' on the dock of the bay...
Here are two reasons why deep squats are meaningful to your body.
1. Deep squats build stronger legs
While squatting, the hip, knee, and even the ankle joints are all involved in the movement. As a result, your soleus (the calf muscle), hamstrings, quadriceps, glutes, abdominals (core stability), hip adductors, and erector spine are all engaged
2. Deep squats improve your flexibility.
When you squat with a full range of motion, your muscles around the hips are fully stretched.
Squatting is important, do it often, do it with the kids, make it playful.