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Barbell Lunge

When we use both legs alternately we can pick up any underlying weakness or aberrant structural and functional differences between each side of the body. This gives Personal trainers a specific clue to where we can look at focusing in on performance enhancement. Barbell lunges strengthen the lower body, thighs, lower back and core when performed correctly.

Lunge

Step 1- Place the barbell on the back of your shoulders with hands placed wider than shoulder width in a comfortable position.


Lunge

Step 2- Take a step forward and lower the body by bending at the knees. The front knee should not move past the toes.


Step 3- Step back the starting position and switch legs.


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