Strength

Kettlebell Forward Lunge Hold

Strengthen your lower body with the Kettlebell Forward Lunge Hold. This exercise engages your thighs and glutes, improves balance and stability, and aids in endurance development. A full-body workout in one move!
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Kettlebell Forward Lunge Hold instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand up straight with legs hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell by the handle in each hand at your sides.
2
Take a large step forward with your right foot, bending your knees to lower your body into a lunge position.
3
Hold the lunge position, making sure your front knee does not go past your toes and your back knee hovers just above the floor.
4
Keep your chest upright and your body balanced between both legs.
5
Return to the standing position by pushing off your front foot. Repeat with the other leg for the programmed number of reps.
Stand up straight with legs hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell by the handle in each hand at your sides.
Take a large step forward with your right foot, bending your knees to lower your body into a lunge position.
Hold the lunge position, making sure your front knee does not go past your toes and your back knee hovers just above the floor.
Keep your chest upright and your body balanced between both legs.
Return to the standing position by pushing off your front foot. Repeat with the other leg for the programmed number of reps.
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