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Kettlebell Reverse Half Lunge

Kettlebell Reverse Half Lunge targets quadriceps, glutes, and hamstrings, toning and strengthening the lower body. This exercise improves leg and hip strength, stability, flexibility, overall balance, and coordination.
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Kettlebell Reverse Half Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Start by standing tall, holding a kettlebell in each hand at your sides.
2
Step back with your left foot, lowering your body into a lunge position. Keep the knee of your front foot (right foot) directly above your ankle.
3
Press your weight into your right foot, driving yourself back up to a standing position.
4
As you stand, drive your left knee up to hip level.
5
Switch legs and repeat for the programmed number of reps. Avoid leaning forward or bending at the waist.
Start by standing tall, holding a kettlebell in each hand at your sides.
Step back with your left foot, lowering your body into a lunge position. Keep the knee of your front foot (right foot) directly above your ankle.
Press your weight into your right foot, driving yourself back up to a standing position.
As you stand, drive your left knee up to hip level.
Switch legs and repeat for the programmed number of reps. Avoid leaning forward or bending at the waist.
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