Split Lunge

Split Lunge, this exercise is great for overall strength and balance of muscle and other tissues of the leg, performed properly a great corrective exercise, improperly performed is a nightmare for all muscles of the legs, back and hips. Be careful and perform at your own risk.

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working out

Most people call this exercise a Bulgarian but I have never met a Bulgarian that does them. Anyway, a solid glute and leg strengthening exercise that can be used for corrective effects if properly performed and can destroy body parts if done incorrectly listen carefully to the cues I give before performing this one.

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step up

Step up is a great exercise for anyone who plans to use steps period, great for hip stability and knee and ankle health.

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Dumbell Squat to Overhead Swing

If you can’t afford a kettle ball you are better off, you can do everything with barbell, and here is an example. As with all of our movement corrections, DO THEM, FEEL THEM, THEY MAKE A DIFFERENCE you can feel. Firmly holding one side of a barbell, swing the load overhead, do not let go,…

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Lunge / Curl to Lunge / Press

(also called lung burners, you figure it out ) Hard exercise with a high amount of fatigue likely. So pay attention to feeling these elements through the exercise!!! For fun do one set each side with no cues, then do the next set of exercise after reading the cues. You won’t even need weight at…

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Jump Switch Lunges With Free Weights SIDE View

(not for the faint of heart) This exercise is not for those with knee challenges like pain, ACL tears, arthritis, anything painful. Seek professional help if you would like to progress into these types of speed exercises. If you are looking at this exercise, you have mastered all other lunging moves on our website with…

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Lunge / Curl to Lunge / Press

This is a compound move, firing multiple muscle groups, not easy but can be fun. Keep track of these tensional elements to keep this move under control. The key here is control, not wildly flailing. Front Knee never crosses the toes, knee does not wobble inside or out, hip tracks in line with the knee,…

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