Strength

Med Ball Walking Lunge

"Med Ball Walking Lunge targets your legs, glutes, and core. Holding a medicine ball, this walking lunge offers strength training and stability practice, enhancing muscular endurance, balance, and coordination."
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Med Ball Walking Lunge instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand tall and hold a medicine ball with both hands at your chest.
2
Take a step forward with one foot, lowering your body into a lunge position.
3
Reach the medicine ball out in front of you, keeping your core engaged.
4
Pull the medicine ball back towards your chest, then push off your forward foot to return to the starting position.
5
Repeat this movement, alternating legs for the desired number of reps.
Stand tall and hold a medicine ball with both hands at your chest.
Take a step forward with one foot, lowering your body into a lunge position.
Reach the medicine ball out in front of you, keeping your core engaged.
Pull the medicine ball back towards your chest, then push off your forward foot to return to the starting position.
Repeat this movement, alternating legs for the desired number of reps.
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