Strength

Kettlebell Lunge To Lateral Raise

The Kettlebell Lunge to Lateral Raise targets leg muscles and shoulders, improving lower body strength, shoulder stability and coordination. It also boosts cardiovascular endurance if performed at a faster pace.
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Kettlebell Lunge To Lateral Raise instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand tall while holding a kettlebell in each hand with your arms fully extended at your sides.
2
Step forward with one foot into a lunge position.
3
As you are lowering into the lunge, raise your arms out to the sides to shoulder height, keeping them straight.
4
Push off the front foot to return to the starting standing position, lowering your arms back to your sides.
5
Repeat on the other side, alternating legs and performing the programmed number of reps.
Stand tall while holding a kettlebell in each hand with your arms fully extended at your sides.
Step forward with one foot into a lunge position.
As you are lowering into the lunge, raise your arms out to the sides to shoulder height, keeping them straight.
Push off the front foot to return to the starting standing position, lowering your arms back to your sides.
Repeat on the other side, alternating legs and performing the programmed number of reps.
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