Peeing outdoors is as simple as finding a secluded spot and popping a squat, right? Theoretically, sure—but in reality, everything from uneven terrain to tight hip flexors can throw you off your game and, as a result, your The mechanics of relieving yourself in the great outdoors can be challenging if you struggle with mobility and flexibility, like most modern desk jockeys do, or if you have a hard time staying steady on your feet. Finding the right spot can be tricky, too: level and unobstructed, yet off the beaten path and somewhat private. Look for even terrain where you can keep a steady footing. Better yet, an area with a slight incline allows your pee to drain downhill and away from your shoes. Try to sink as low into your squat as you can while keeping your butt back and your feet flat on the ground—raising up on your toes will just make you wobbly. Many of the women I spoke with agree that a low, balanced, flat-footed squat is key to your outdoor bathroom experience.
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