Strength

Barbell Jump Lunge

Barbell Jump Lunge is a dynamic exercise that focuses on legs, balance, and coordination. It boosts lower body power, cardiovascular endurance, and enhances leg and core stability through alternating single-leg lunges with jumps.
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Barbell Jump Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand upright holding a barbell across your upper back and shoulders.
2
Step forward into a front lunge with one leg, keeping your knee over your ankle and core engaged.
3
Jump straight up, while in mid-air, switch legs so your other foot lands in front to get into a lunge position.
4
Land softly, bending your knees to absorb the impact and immediately go into another jump.
5
This move is quick and explosive - be mindful of your form to avoid injury.
Stand upright holding a barbell across your upper back and shoulders.
Step forward into a front lunge with one leg, keeping your knee over your ankle and core engaged.
Jump straight up, while in mid-air, switch legs so your other foot lands in front to get into a lunge position.
Land softly, bending your knees to absorb the impact and immediately go into another jump.
This move is quick and explosive - be mindful of your form to avoid injury.
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