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Lunges, Reverse

Type: Legs
Reverse lunges are a great bodyweight exercise for working the legs and lower body. They can be performed in all different directions to increase the challenge and develop strength and balance. They do require quite good balance and coordination.
Level :  Equipment : No
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Lunges, Reverse Steps:

Step 1:
Stand upright, hands by your side, feet slightly wider than shoulder width and toes pointing forwards

Step 2:
Step backwards and drop down so that the leading knee is roughly at right angles (bent at 90 deg)

Step 3:
The trailing knee should avoid contact with the floor

Step 4:
At the bottom of the move push back up and step the trailing leg back to the start position

Step 5:
Keep the chest lifted, back straight and head looking forwards right the way through the movement

Step 6:
Repeat with the opposite leg

Top Tip:

A complete beginner would be advised to perform a static split leg squat to help develop balance and coordination before working up to lunges.
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