Stationary Lunge

Stationary Lunge


1) Hold on to the back of a chair with your right hand to maintain your balance and ensure that your back is straight when performing the stationary lunge workout.

2) Hold a light (5-9 pounds) dumbbell in your left hand.

3) Lunge forward with your left leg, bending your left knee and extending your right leg behind you. Maintain balance on the toes of your right foot with your right knee slightly bent. Your left knee should not extend beyond your left foot and your torso should be vertical. The key to this exercise is to try to put all the pressure on the heel of the front foot.

4) Push back up off your front leg until you are standing again and repeat for 12-15 reps. Do the stationary lunge movement slowly and under control, keeping your back straight at all times.

5) Repeat for the opposite leg. Do 3 sets for each leg.

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