Trainer Tip – Lunges

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If you’re wanting to build lower body strength, doing lunges should be a part of your routine!  Benefits of lunges include core stabilization, building overall lower body strength, balance, it’s a unilateral movement (one side is doing all the work) so you can improve muscular and strength imbalances if you have any, and you can also improve hip flexibility.  There are numerous variations, but the reverse lunge is my favorite.  Start with your feet hip width apart, and bring one leg behind you.  As you bring one leg behind you, bend the front leg and put all your weight on the front leg’s heel.  Once your thigh is parallel to the ground, bring the back leg forward to its original position. Try 3-4 sets of 10-15 lunges per leg in your next workout!

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