The kettlebell pass-through lunge is a dynamic leg and core exercise in which a lifter passes a weight under their front leg during lunges. It is a unique coordination challenge, but also challenging to the musculature of the abdomen, lower body, shoulders, and upper back. It is most commonly performed for higher reps, such as 10-15 reps per side, or for time. It can work in circuit-style workouts, or in lower-body or full-body time-efficient training.
Forces the core to stabilize while the limbs move
Trains strength in the legs, hamstrings, and glutes one side at a time
Significant cardiovascular challenge and calorie burn