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Kettlebell Forward Lunge

Kettlebell Forward Lunge boosts lower body strength and stability by targeting glutes, quadriceps, and hamstrings. It enhances balance and coordination, with one rep being a movement on both legs.
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Kettlebell Forward Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand up straight with your feet hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell in each hand with your arms down at your sides.
2
Step forward with your right foot, lowering your body so that your right knee is bent to about a 90-degree angle.
3
Keep your chest up and your core engaged - avoid leaning forward or letting your knee go past your toes when you step forward.
4
Push through the heel of your right foot to return to the starting position.
5
Repeat the lunge with your left leg and continue alternating legs for the desired number of reps.
Stand up straight with your feet hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell in each hand with your arms down at your sides.
Step forward with your right foot, lowering your body so that your right knee is bent to about a 90-degree angle.
Keep your chest up and your core engaged - avoid leaning forward or letting your knee go past your toes when you step forward.
Push through the heel of your right foot to return to the starting position.
Repeat the lunge with your left leg and continue alternating legs for the desired number of reps.
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