Crouching, also referred to as squatting, is a position in which the weight of the body is on the feet, but the legs are bent, either fully or partially. The quality of the squat can vary greatly, in which one, both, or neither of the heels touch the ground and the legs can be touching each other or spread far apart. Squatting is an instinctive position among children, especially toddlers, and can also be done in combination with a kneel, in which one knee is bent and touching the ground, and the other remains in a squatting position.
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