Resistance lunge with rotation

Strengthen your glutes, hamstrings and obliques in tandem to soar on the road

Resistance lunge with rotation

Resistance lunge with rotation

Muscles worked: Front and rear thighs, bottom and sides (quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and obliques)

  • Stand next to each other and step forward with your outer foot.
  • While both holding an end of a resistance band, extend your arms.
  • Bend your knees to perform a lunge.
  • While you lunge, rotate away from each other.
  • Return to the starting position with control.
  • Complete one set before changing over to the other side.

Be safe

Do slow, controlled movements to ensure you don’t pull the other person over.


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