Strength

Kettlebell Reach Curl Forward Lunge

The Kettlebell Reach Curl Forward Lunge aids in building strength, improving balance, and stability by engaging legs, arms, and core. The workout entails a lunge forward with a kettlebell reach and curl, alternated between both legs.
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Kettlebell Reach Curl Forward Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand tall with your feet hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell by its handle with both hands.
2
Step forward with your right foot, dropping your left knee towards the floor while curling the kettlebell towards your chest.
3
Press your right heel into the ground to push back to the starting position, extending your arms back out in front of you as you do so.
4
Repeat on the other side by stepping forward with your left foot and curling the kettlebell.
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Repeat this exercise for the prescribed number of repetitions, alternating your leading leg each time.
Stand tall with your feet hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell by its handle with both hands.
Step forward with your right foot, dropping your left knee towards the floor while curling the kettlebell towards your chest.
Press your right heel into the ground to push back to the starting position, extending your arms back out in front of you as you do so.
Repeat on the other side by stepping forward with your left foot and curling the kettlebell.
Repeat this exercise for the prescribed number of repetitions, alternating your leading leg each time.
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