Bodyweight

Bodyweight Reverse Lunge

The Bodyweight Reverse Lunge targets quads and glutes, improves leg strength and stability. It provides a unique workout compared to traditional lunges, challenging your balance.
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Bodyweight Reverse Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand upright with your feet shoulder-width apart.
2
Step one foot backwards as far as you can, landing on the ball of your foot while keeping your balance.
3
Bend your both knees and lower your body straight down until your front knee is about 90 degrees.
4
Push back up to the starting position by pressing into the heel of your front foot.
5
Repeat this movement for the programmed number of reps and then switch to the other leg.
Stand upright with your feet shoulder-width apart.
Step one foot backwards as far as you can, landing on the ball of your foot while keeping your balance.
Bend your both knees and lower your body straight down until your front knee is about 90 degrees.
Push back up to the starting position by pressing into the heel of your front foot.
Repeat this movement for the programmed number of reps and then switch to the other leg.
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