Lateral lunge

The lateral lunge is a lower-body bodyweight movement that works the quads, glutes, and hamstrings. It can also be performed holding dumbbells or other weights. It is often performed for reps as part of a dynamic warm-up or mobility routine but can also work in a circuit or other workouts.

Benefits

  1. Builds strength, stability, and balance
  2. Stretches and trains the adductors and abductors
  3. Strengthens stabilizer muscles for other exercises or sports involving lateral movement
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