How to Do
How to Do Lateral Lunge With Medial Si Joint Flex
The lateral lunge with medial si joint flex 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 lateral lunge with medial si joint flex.
Beginning Lateral Lunge
1. Take a large step to the right with your right foot, toes forward and feet flat on the floor, starting from your starting posture.
2. Balance is achieved by bringing your hips back, shifting your weight into your right heel, and extending your arms in front of you.
3. To return to the beginning position, push off the right heel, and then repeat on the opposite side.
Lateral Lunge Movement
1. Step forward with one leg, allowing the body to react to the ground force, gravity and momentum.
2. Raise the hands above the head and subtly, flex the trunk to the side and center.
3. Return to the starting position and alternate.
4. Gradually increase the range of movement.
Lateral Lunge Benefits
Balance, stability, and strength are all improved with lateral lunges. They work your inner and outer thighs. Side lunges teach your body to move from side to side, which is a great contrast from the forward or twisting motions it is used to.
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