Strength

Kettlebell Lateral Lunge

The Kettlebell Lateral Lunge is a lower body exercise enhancing leg and hip strength, stability, and flexibility. This move requires a side-step lunge with a weight, testing balance and body control.
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Kettlebell Lateral Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Start by standing straight with feet close together, holding a kettlebell by your chest with both hands.
2
Step your right foot out to the side, bending your right knee while keeping your left leg straight.
3
To perform the lunge, bend at your hips and push them back while maintaining a straight back.
4
Return to the starting position in a controlled manner, then repeat the movement using your left leg.
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Alternate between the right and left for the programmed number of reps.
Start by standing straight with feet close together, holding a kettlebell by your chest with both hands.
Step your right foot out to the side, bending your right knee while keeping your left leg straight.
To perform the lunge, bend at your hips and push them back while maintaining a straight back.
Return to the starting position in a controlled manner, then repeat the movement using your left leg.
Alternate between the right and left for the programmed number of reps.
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