Start position: Stand tall with your feet hip-distance apart, hands on your hips.
Movement: Step your right foot forward and lower your body towards the floor while keeping your back up straight. You'll be bending both of your knees; the right knee should be at a 90 degree angle (if it isn't, step your right foot further forward, aiming to keep your knee over your ankle when you lower down) while your left knee lowers towards the floor.
Perform: Do 2 to 3 sets of 12 to 15 reps on each leg.
Chin says: This is such a dynamic exercise as it recruits so many muscles at the same time. What's also great about lunges is the many variations: front lunges, walking lunges, reverse lunges, side to side lunges and wheel lunges (front, side, reverse). You can also elevate the back foot on a step or platform for a tougher workout on both legs.
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