Walking Lunges

Exercise Tips

  • Focus on balance
  • Do not slide your back foot while doing the exercise
  • Come down slowly on the lunge

Walking Lunges

This exercise targets your quadriceps and provides a moderate cardio benefit. It also works your gluteals, hamstrings, lower back and abdominals.

Muscle Group

Quadriceps, Gluteals, Hamstrings, Lower Back, Abdominals

Frequency

2 Days a Week to
3 Days a Week

Equipment

Medicine Ball

Cardiovascular Benefit

Moderate

Muscle Group: Quadriceps, Gluteals, Hamstrings, Lower Back, Abdominals

Equipment: Medicine Ball

Minimum Frequency: 2 Days a Week

Maximum Frequency: 3 Days a Week

Cardiovascular Benefit: Moderate

Exercise Category: Medicine Ball Exercises – Legs


Starting Position: Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart, holding a medicine ball in both hands at your waist. Your elbows should be bent and close by your sides.

  1. 1 Slowly lunge forward about two feet with one leg, bending that knee and coming down until your other knee almost touches the ground. Make sure your knee does not go past your toes. At the same time, rotate your torso to bring the medicine ball next to the hip of your lunging leg.
  2. 2 Without returning back to starting position, repeat step one with the opposite leg.
  3. 3 Repeat this exercise until you have completed all repetitions for the set, alternating legs.

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