Lunge Jumping Jacks


How to Do

How to Do Lunge Jumping Jacks

The lunge jmping jacks should begin with a 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 lunge jmping jacks.


Beginning Jumping Jacks Lunge

1. Begin by standing with your legs together, knees slightly bent, and hands resting on your thighs.

2. Open the arms and legs out to the sides while keeping the knees bent. The arms are raised above the head, and the knees are wider than the shoulders.

3. Return to your starting position by closing your arms and legs to your sides.


Jumping Jacks Lunge Movement

1. You will be starting in the lunge position.

2. Put one leg in front of you so that your leg makes a 90 angle. It is important that your knee doesn’t come over your toe.

3. Your other leg will be bent straight behind you so that your toe rests on the ground.

4. Your arms should be to the side of you.

5. Jump out of the lunge position but keep your legs where they are. Your leg won’t be bent as much as it was before so you will be a little higher off of the ground.

6. Also, your arms will go over your head so that they are bent at the elbows like a jumping jack.

7. Come back to the original position and then repeat until you’ve finished your reps.


Jumping Jacks Lunge Benefits

It regulates your heart rate, improves blood circulation throughout your body, controls and maintains blood pressure, aids in the reduction of harmful cholesterol levels in the body, and prevents strokes and heart attacks.


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