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How to Do Rotational Lunge Press With Dumbbell

Each rotational lunge press with a dumbbell 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 this rotational lunge press with a dumbbell.


Beginning Rotational Lunge

1. Feet facing forward.

2. Hands are by the shoulders in the starting position of an overhead press.

3. Hands begin in a palms up position.


Rotational Lunge Movement

1. Rotate the entire body to the right simultaneously while stepping to the right.

2. The right foot should be facing perpendicular from the starting position.

3. Lunge over the right knee while pressing the dumbbells overhead at arm's length.

4. Keep the front knee aligned over the front ankle.

6. Push off the right leg to push back to the starting position while rotating the entire body to return to the original starting position.

7. Lower the dumbbells while returning to the starting position.

8. Repeat the entire movement with the opposite leg.


Rotational Lunge Benefits

The lunge with a twist is an excellent core exercise for increasing lower-body strength. The quads, glutes, and core are worked by performing the lunge while holding and rotating a medicine ball from right to left.

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