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Med Ball Step Up To Reverse Lunge

The Med Ball Step Up To Reverse Lunge is a dynamic exercise that targets lower body muscles. Combining a step up and a reverse lunge, it engages thighs, glutes and hips for balance, coordination, and strength. Ideal for lower body development and conditioning.
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Med Ball Step Up To Reverse Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Start by holding a medicine ball in both hands at chest height.
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Place your right foot firmly on a workout bench or step.
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Push through your right foot to step up onto the bench, extending your right knee and hip fully.
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Step back down and immediately step your right foot back into a reverse lunge, bending both your knees to 90 degrees.
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Push up through your left foot to return to the standing position, then swap legs and repeat.
Start by holding a medicine ball in both hands at chest height.
Place your right foot firmly on a workout bench or step.
Push through your right foot to step up onto the bench, extending your right knee and hip fully.
Step back down and immediately step your right foot back into a reverse lunge, bending both your knees to 90 degrees.
Push up through your left foot to return to the standing position, then swap legs and repeat.
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