How to Do
How to Do Rotation Stretched Forward Lunge
The rotation stretched forward lunge should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the rotation stretched forward lunge.
Beginning Rotation Stretched Forward Lunge
1. Standing with your feet shoulder-width apart is a good idea.
2. Hold a medicine ball in front of you with your elbows bent at about 90 degrees. If you're just getting started, you might want to do the move without the weights until your strength improves.
Rotation Stretched Forward Lunge Movement
1. Step forward with your right foot into a basic lunge position. Keep your knee over your right foot when you bend your knee (don't twist at the knee).
2. Twist your upper body to the right from your midsection. Squeeze your glutes and keep your core engaged.
3. With your arms wide, reach across your right side.
4. Bring your arms back to the center in a calm, controlled motion.
5. Return to your starting position by stepping back with your right foot.
6. On each side, try to complete two sets of 10 reps.
Rotation Stretched Forward Lunge Benefits
Loss of weight. Lunges engage the main muscle groups in your lower body, resulting in the development of lean muscle and the reduction of body fat.
Stability and equilibrium. Lunges are a unilateral lower-body workout since you work on each side of your body separately.
Lunge With Rotation, Forward Lunge With Rotation.