Ania Morton, fitness trainer, discusses how to do step lunges.
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Featuring Ania Morton, Fitness Trainer
Duration: 47 seconds
The stationary lunge is a great exercise that you can do anytime, anywhere.
What I’m going to get Vendela to do is to step forward with the right leg, bring the left leg back a little bit further. Okay, now what I’m going to get her to do is keeping everything engaged, she’s going to sink down in the hips keeping the knee behind the toe. That’s the most important part of a lunge: you don’t want to have the knee come in front of the toe.
So sink straight down in the hips and come back up. You want to do 10 to 15 wraps on either side three times. This is a great exercise to work the gluts, the quadriceps, hamstrings, even you’re core is nice and engaged. And remember, to get a body like this, a personal trainer can help you attain those goals.
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