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Check out this FITNESS SPECIAL video and learn to do a LUNGE perfectly only on Mind Body Soul. Lunges are a quintessential exercise; you can do them anywhere and the effects can be seen in no time, in the form of shapely, toned legs. If you're planning on incorporating lunges into your routine, however, make sure you're not doing more harm than good. Find out how to do lunges correctly below. Try it out! Host : Royston Shivalkar Director: Kavya Krishnaswamy Camera: Kawaldeep Singh Jangwal, Pratik Gamre, Akshay Sawant, Spandan Raut Editing: Kishor Rai VFX: Vimal Chaurasiya Producer: Neha Barjatya Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited For More Updates SUBSCRIBE for more videos: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow Us on Pinterest: 🤍
Are You Lunging WRONG? 3 Tips To FIX Your Lunge The lunge, in all its many forms, is so often blamed for knee pain. But moves are only as good as their implementation. And we need to understand there is a difference between going through the motions and mimicking proper form and actually getting the correct muscles working. Too often we end up demonizing this amazing move instead of learning to properly control it and load muscles correctly. And that overload is what leads to the pain. Not engaging the correct muscles to power the movement can prevent us from seeing the full benefit of all the amazing lunge variations out there. We don’t take time to see all of the tweaks to form we can make to work around previous injuries, adjust to our specific builds and mobility restrictions not to mention even us variations based on our specific needs and goals. That’s why I want to share 3 key form cues I use to help client’s get more out of this amazing move while avoiding those common mistakes we often make that lead to aches and pains. Because we have to remember that form isn’t as binary as we make it out to be. There are so many slight adjustments we can make to get more out of exercises so they fit our needs and goals!
Do you want to build GREAT Legs but don't know how to do so? Have you ever struggled with knee pain while doing lunges? Danny covers all these topics and the proper way that you should be doing lunges in this video. Check out our FREE Leg Muscle Development Guide HERE: 🤍 Connect with Danny HERE: 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to Mind Pump TV - 🤍 CONNECT WITH US: INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 SHOP MIND PUMP: 🤍 PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP: 🤍 PODCAST: iTUNES - 🤍 STITCHER - 🤍
Check out more Bowflex workouts here: 🤍 The lunge is a great functional exercise to use to strengthen your legs, especially your muscles around your knees, for everyday activities. It is important to know how to do your lunges correctly though, so you don't end up putting unwanted strain on your knee joints and do more harm than good. This video will walk you through the steps to do the most basic lunge, the stationary lunge. This is the type of lunge that you will want to start with if you are just beginning so you can get the correct form for a lunge. The key components of doing a lunge correctly that this video shows are: 1) Start with one leg out in front of you at a comfortable distance where you can maintain your balance and be able to lower yourself down to perform the lunge. 2) When you lower yourself, go as straight down as possible rather than moving forward. 3) Keep the knee of your front leg behind the toes of your front foot. 4) When you lower yourself down, keep your chest up and keep looking forward. 5) Perform the entire movement slowly and with control. Start off doing 10 repetitions with one leg, then switch to the other leg. Once you've built up some strength in your legs and you feel comfortable with you lunge form, try a few different versions of the lunge that can be found in this video: 🤍 Also, once you're ready you can give this 4 minute leg-toning workout a try: 🤍 Subscribe for more workouts and tips: 🤍 Additional fitness tips: 🤍 Quick workouts: 🤍 🤍 - Find all the fitness solutions you'll ever need to get on your way to being a healthier you. 🤍 - Head to the Bowflex Insider blog to read the latest in all things related to fitness and health and find simple ways to start losing weight. Connect with us and socialize with other Bowflex enthusiats: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Hello everyone! 10 minute lunge workout. Lunges! Lunges! And more lunges! Why? Because they are up there in my list of must do exercises for strong, defined and tight legs! Lunges with heavy dumbbells, walking lunges, bodyweight, Bulgarians... so many variations and definitely credit these to changes I’ve seen in people’s lower body. This is solely a lunge workout because I personally love how lunges help build muscle and definition in the legs and glutes, but aside from aesthetics they have so many benefits; Lunges work the quads, hamstrings, glutes, and core! They are a single leg movement so activation of stabiliser muscles lead to improved balance, stability and co-ordination. Can help with any imbalances or misalignments you may have. They can put less stress on spine so great option over squats if lower back issues. They also strengthen the core and back therefore helping decrease risk of injury in lower back in future. The 10 exercises are performed for one minute then straight into the next exercise. This is follow along however just pause the movement when you need to! The exercises are as follows: Diagonal forward alternating lunge Side to side Reverse alternating Lunge to rotational knee Lunge to rotational knee Forward alternating lunge w/ 2 pulses Side lunge to curtsey Side lunge to curtsey Pulse lunges Pulse lunges The last 2 minutes is when the lactic acid really builds up and the burn rises! But push through it, you can do it! Enjoy! Cx My FREE 10 Week EPIC Program ▶ Day 1 of my 10 Week EPIC Program: 🤍 ▶ Download The EPIC Program Guide and Schedule: 🤍 ▶ EPIC Program Playlist (Intermediate / Advanced): 🤍 ▶ EPIC Beginner Series: 🤍 ▶ My 5 Min Warm Up Routine: 🤍 The Equipment I Use from Amazon ▶ Amazon UK: 🤍 ▶ Amazon US: 🤍 Never Miss a Video or Community Update ▶ Subscribe to my YouTube Fitness Channel for FREE: 🤍 My Social Channels ▶ Instagram: 🤍 ▶ Facebook: 🤍 ▶ Twitter: 🤍 ▶ Business Enquires: info🤍carolinegirvan.com Disclaimer: If you are new to exercise or planning on embarking on a new fitness programme, you should consult your physician. This video may offer health, fitness or nutritional information and is meant for educational purposes only. This information is not meant as an alternative to seeking professional medical advice or suggested treatment. Please know that performing any exercise or programme is solely at your own risk.
In deze video ga ik je precies uitleggen welke spieren (anatomie) en waar je op moet letten bij het uitvoeren van de lunge oefening! De lunge oefening is een belangrijke krachtoefening om je bil- en beenspieren te trainen. Met deze oefening train je voornamelijk de: quadriceps, hamstrings, core en de gluteus (bilspieren). Daarnaast zijn lunges ook goed om je evenwicht te verbeteren. Je kunt deze oefening ook zonder gewicht uitvoeren, maar lunges met gewicht zijn gebruikelijker. Over het algemeen worden lunges met een dumbbell uitgevoerd. Deze variant noemen we dumbbell lunges. Daarnaast is er ook een variant waarbij lunges met een barbell uitgevoerd worden. Zo zijn er nog een aantal varianten op de lunge die veel toegepast worden. Bekijk hier het complete artikel over de lunge oefening: 🤍 #lunges #lungeoefening #krachtoefening #fysiotherapie
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Train without pain and see faster results with ATHLEAN-X 🤍 Knee pain is one of the most common side effects when doing lunges. In fact, leg workouts are compromised most often by discomfort in the knees when doing the very leg exercises that are supposed to be helping in the first place. In this video, I show you how to correct one of the most common sources of knee joint pain in your leg workout, the forward lunge. The forward lunge is particularly harsh on the knee for a variety of reasons. First, with the foot beginning the exercise in an open chain position, there is less stability provided at the knee joint itself. An open chain leg exercise is one in which the working foot is not in contact with the ground or a similar stabile surface. As you can see in the initial phase of the lunge, your foot is in the air. Combine this with the fact that the knee is in a partially flexed position and you realize that there are increased eccentric loads being placed on both the quads and the tendons of the knee. When your foot finally makes contact with the ground, the ground reaction forces are directed up through the leg and borne by the already eccentrically stretched knee. For someone that is suffering from patellofemoral knee pain, this can feel like a sharp knife being driven into the knee joint. The next thing you want to consider is that the direction of the lunge, being forward, is placing a natural vector of the force anteriorly. This acts to drive more load into the anterior structures of the kneecap and puts additional strain on the patellar tendon and patella underneath. In a reverse lunge however, the knee on the working leg is supported from the very beginning of the exercise. With the foot placed in a closed chain position, you don’t have to worry about the shock factor that occurs when the foot strikes the ground as in the anterior lunge. The force is actually directed more vertical and back which helps to load the hip and the quad better, making this an even better exercise for helping to build bigger quads. Finally, with the hip slightly more flexed than in an anterior lunge, you help to put the rectus femoris on slack which eases some of the strain being borne across the patellar tendon in the knee. This helps to alleviate some of the knee pain commonly found when doing the regular lunge. As you can see, you don’t have to stop lunging all together if you get knee pain when doing lunges. You just have to alter the direction in which you’re lunging. It’s these kinds of modifications that make the difference between training and just working out. If you want to start training, and training like an athlete then head to 🤍 and get the physical therapist created ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more videos on how to fix knee pain with squatting and also what causes patellar tendonitis, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at 🤍
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Tight rope ❌ Railway track ✅ Keep in line with your anatomy and place your feet as if you were walking on the sidewalk. Forward. Not forward and toward your midline. We don’t walk on a tightrope on the street, we walk on railway tracks. Apply the same thinking in the gym 🤓 Might be different if you’re on a night out in heels 👠😂 This is is going to allow you to me much more stable when doing your lower body training, which will make you a lot stronger. ⬆️ stability = ⬆️ strength. P.s. This goes for split squats, lunges, walking lunges, Bulgarian split squats, step ups and even single leg leg presses.
The eBook and training program: 🤍 My print book: 🤍 The full post: 🤍 The lunge is another underappreciated movement that has a huge number of benefits for athletes or the average Joe. One of the most obvious benefits of lunges is that they are essentially a one-legged movement but with added support. This makes the movement more suitable for beginners, while offering many of the same benefits. Those benefits include: more stability, strength gains via the bilateral deficit, and more obvious near-transfer to sports and other activities. Other benefits of lunges include their convenience, relative ease, glute activation and more! Watch the video for a more in-depth explanation, as well as some cool variations. What are your favourite lunge variations? The website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Today I will be going over three types of lunges. Each is unique in its own way. I know you will love trying them all. Give them a try and let me know your favorite one in the comments. Member website: 🤍 T-Shirt Store: mountaindogshirts.com/ IG: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Make sure you like the video share the video and subscribe to the channel. And if you would like me to answer any of you question please ask them in the comment section.
⭐️ Jessica Valant, physical therapist and Pilates Teacher, gives you this short tutorial on how to do a lunge without pain! This lunges for beginners video gives you the three tips you need to know in order to do a lunge without pain. Anyone can use this lunges for beginners routine in order to feel stronger and more empowered in movement! ⭐️ UNLIMITED 💥 Get all of Jessica's full length workouts, tips, tutorials, recipes and more 👉🏼 🤍 💪🏽 Four Week Pilates Jumpstart Program: 🤍 🎥 Subscribe to my YouTube channel: 🤍 ⭐️ Access to my entire workout video library: 🤍 💜 Free newsletter: 🤍 🤗 Facebook: 🤍 🙌🏻 Instagram: 🤍 🤸♀️ Outfit details: 🤍 - use code JESSICAVAL20 for a discount! ⭐️ Join my UNLIMITED program and get immediate access to over 200 workout videos you can do anywhere and anytime! Members get two new workouts every month that aren't available anywhere else and a monthly workout calendar telling you what to do every day for the best exercise program. You also get full length versions of your favorite YouTube videos, monthly healthy recipes and a supportive and encouraging community. Join here 👉🏼 🤍 🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀 Jessica Valant and Jessica Valant Pilates, LLC, recommend you consult with a physician before starting any new exercise program. The information given here is not meant to treat or diagnose any medical condition. Please stop if you feel any pain or dizziness. You understand that physical activity can pose a risk and by watching this channel and these videos you assume all risk and release Jessica Valant and Jessica Valant Pilates, LLC, from all liability.
If you want thick and beefy quads, lunges are an amazing exercise to add to your leg day! But because you're taking an "actual step" forward with weight, the chances of stepping incorrectly and placing strain on your lower back and knees is very high. But once mastered, the dumbbell or barbell lunge will become one of your favorite leg day exercises! Program Selector Tool!- Get The Right Program For You! - 🤍 Subscribe To My Channel - 🤍 1 on 1 Online Coaching - 🤍 DOWNLOAD MY APP! – iPhone & Android! 🤍 Check Out My Supplement Stack! 🤍 MORE TIPS! - 🤍 Like The Music In My Videos? 🤍 4 Dumbest Lunge Mistakes Sabotaging Your QUAD / LEG GROWTH! STOP DOING THESE! #Bodybuilding #MuscleGain #FatBurn Workout,Muscle,Weight Training (Hobby),Exercise,scott herman,strength,squat,legs,quads,glutes,hamstrings,scott herman squat,leg workout,leg day,lunges,lunge twist exercise,lunges exercise,lunge variations,lunge twist,lunge form,lunge workout,quads workout,glutes work,glutes exercises,glutes workout gym,glutes workout,leg day for mass,hamstrings workout,hamstring exercises,dumbbell exercises,leg exercises,leg dumbbell,leg dumbbell exercises,fitness
Here are some of my best tips and techniques when it comes to Walking Lunges and how you can optimize them! Video on split squats coming soon as well! Comment what you want explained EASY NEXT! Intro - 0:00 How Walking Lunges Are Like Walking - 00:53 Walk Stride Explained - 1:32 Transfer To Walking Lunge Stride - 2:22 Common Mistakes And Fixes - 2:51 How Its Like A Split Squat - 5:05 What Should You Be Activating? - 5:34 Progression Version Explained - 6:12 Outro - 9:42 🏋🏾 GET MUSCLE AND MOTION APP👉🏾 🤍 😎Free 2-Part Training Series 👉🏾 🤍 📕ULTIMATE PUSH PULL LEGS TRAINING EBOOK 👉🏾🤍 🏆 COACHING: 🤍 👨🏾🔬 LET'S GET CHECKED USE JONNI30 30% OFF 👉🏾 🤍 🥤 HTLT SUPPLEMENTS 👉🏾 🤍 🎹 LIKE THE MUSIC? HeyMcFly! 🍽POWER 13 COOKBOOK: USE CODE OR LINK JONNI15 FOR 15% OFF 🤍 🏋🏾 BELLS OF STEEL👉🏾 🤍
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Lunges are perfect exercises for pump up booty, they make it more rounded and stronger. How to do lunges properly? Are there any more benefits of lunges? Why lunges are better than squats? What happens to your body when you do lunges every day? 00:00 What happens to your body when you do lunges 100 times every day 00:17 Lunges are one of the best lower body exercises 00:51 Why lunges are better than squats 01:39 What muscles do lunges work 02:06 Improve balance and coordination 02:27 Speed up weight loss 02:43 Improve flexibility 02:56 Make the buttocks rounder and stronger 03:28 Build perfect muscle symmetry 03:45 Strengthen the spine 03:59 Minimize the risk of injury
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60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 I don’t care what you have planned for your next leg workout, but you better make room for what I’m going to show you in this important leg training video. Here, I’m going to reveal to you the number one thing you need to do every single time you workout your legs. Some may have given you alternative advice, and I’m going to tell you that what you have been given is just bad advice. For instance, if you were told that all you ever need to do is squat, you have been given bad training advice. Likely, the person telling you this has never trained an athlete and doesn’t understand that the extent of leg training encompasses more than just the quads and hamstrings. The muscles of the hips are some of the most underutilized and undertrained areas on the body and can only be targeted with multiplanar movements and exercises. The squat is a bilateral, sagittal plane movement. If all you ever do is squat then you are not training your legs and hips in the transverse and frontal planes. Basically, you are avoiding two of the three dimensions in space. Not good if you ever plan to call yourself an elite level athlete. Here I show you why incorporating single leg training is not an option but a requirement of a complete leg training plan. Now, am I bashing on the squat? Not at all. The squat is the single most important leg and hip movement that you can do and should form the basis or foundation of your leg workouts. That said, as I pointed out, this is a sagittal plane exercise that has some shortcomings that need to be addressed with additional single leg exercises. One of the key benefits to single leg exercises like the Bulgarian Split Squats and multi-directional lunges are that they not only train you to be strong on each leg individually but they help to reveal strength imbalances between sides. Intervening early when a strength imbalance is detected is one of the fastest ways to fix the problem and the best way to prevent this from resulting in a lower body injury that keeps you away from the gym for too long. You will see that no matter which athlete I train, at some point in a given leg workout we are going to be doing single leg exercises and training. It can either be explosive or controlled. The bottom line is, not an athlete gets out of the gym without first completing at least one of these leg exercise options in their leg workout. Here I showcase Pittsburgh Steeler wider receiver Antonio Brown and the single leg movements that he performs to be the best at his position in the league. If you are looking for a complete training program and plan that is the same one followed by today’s top pro athletes, head to 🤍 and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. Every workout and meal is laid out step by step so that there is no guesswork involved. Simply start today and I’ll coach you through every workout and make sure you make no mistakes. For more videos on how to get bigger legs and the best leg workouts for building big quads and hamstrings, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at 🤍
Lunges er en klassisk og effektiv underkropsøvelse, der sætter krav til din balance og koordination. Den træner hele underkroppen og udfordrer dig på vigtige parametre. Med denne ene simple øvelse træner du både forlår, baglår og baller samtidigt med at din kropskerne (populært kaldet core) skal stabilisere. Dvs. med én øvelse træner du faktisk hele underkroppen. Samtidig får du et godt stræk på hoftebøjeren og forlåret i det bagerste ben. Du får også arbejdet med bevægeligheden i det bagerste bens storetå - noget de fleste mangler. Det er en såkaldt unilateral øvelse, hvor hvert ben trænes for sig. På den måde kan du arbejde med at udbedre ubalancer imellem siderne. Med andre ord kan lunges som én øvelse lære dig meget på flere punkter i forhold til hvilke kapaciteter som trænes. Afhængigt af hvordan du udfører lunges, kan du vælge at fokusere mere på forlår eller baller. Hvis du tager et kort skridt, så dit knæ vil vandre langt frem, vil fokus være på forlåret. Det vil yderligere bliver forstærket hvis du forsøger at holde din overkrop oprejst. Dine knæ må gerne komme foran tæerne - de skal blot pege samme vej som dine tæer. Hvis du tager et langt skridt, så dit knæ ikke vandrer frem, vil du bevæge dig mere i hoften og så vil fokus i højere grad være på ballerne. Det samme gælder hvis du læner overkroppen mere frem igennem bevægelsen. Se meget mere på 🤍
This amazing exercise is used by everyone from cross-training athletes to yogis. And in today’s video, we will tell you why you should make it a part of your everyday exercise routine. From strengthening your core to increasing flexibility and more. Other videos recommended for you: WATCH 🎥: 9 Easy Home Workouts That Will Tone And Shape Your Body - 🤍 WATCH 🎥: Do Crunches Everyday And See What Happens To Your Body - 🤍 #LungesBenefit #LungeExercise #Bestie Sources: 🤍 Timestamps: Intro - 0:00 1. Improves Balance and Stability - 00:55 2. Improves Long Distance Running Efficiency - 01:42 3. Increases Muscle Mass and Strength - 02:35 4. Betters Lower Back Health - 03:35 5. Gives you a Symmetrical Physique - 04:55 6. Improves Your Mental Health - 05:39 7. Helps you lose weight - 06:23 8. Improve your Posture - 06:56 9. Betters Your Hip Flexibility - 07:56 10. Betters muscle Coordination - 08:40 Music: 🤍 Summary: 1. Improves Balance and Stability: One of the key benefits of lunges is that the exercise develops your balance and stability while increasing your strength. These are key attributes for sports performance, improving your everyday movement patterns and preventing injury. 2. Improves Long Distance Running Efficiency: For perfect running form, your body needs to be able to move with fluidity. Excessive muscle tightness in the hips will resist your movement with every step and tax your muscles energy even more, particularly over long distances. 3. Increases Muscle Mass and Strength: Lunges are a very easy exercise to scale in difficulty. If you find bodyweight lunges too easy and your goal is to add muscle mass and strength to your lower body then you can increase the intensity of the exercise by adding weight. 4. Betters Lower Back Health: You can experience back pain as a result of inefficient movement patterns where you bend at the lower back to bend down and pick something up. This can cause a bad back particularly if you are picking up something heavy and loading up in an unfavourable position. 5. Gives you a Symmetrical Physique: If you are training with weights, building a symmetrical physique becomes essential when it comes to looking desirable. For more information, please watch the video until the very end. Subscribe to Bestie : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Medical Disclaimer: 🤍 Website: 🤍bestie.com
Forward lunges are a dynamic warm up that can be performed without additional equipment. Step forward with one foot, bending both knees so that the front leg is at a 90 degree angle and the back shin is parallel to the floor. Stand and bring the back foot to meet the front foot. Repeat the movement across the room, alternating the stepping foot. Watch as our physical therapist demonstrates this exercise.
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THE COURSE- 🤍 MAILING LIST- 🤍 PROGRAMS/CONSULTATIONS- 🤍 JOIN THE COMMUNITY- community.kboges.com INSTAGRAM- 🤍 In this video, I briefly discuss some of the unique benefits of lunges. First of all, they can be a great introduction to eccentric strength. Eccentric strength is important for a variety of tasks related to athletics and daily living. Moreover, the lunge can be a great introductory exercise to prepare you for things like plyometrics. The lunge also stretches and load the hip flexors, a muscle group that is often neglected in most training programs. My favorite way to train the lunge is as a finisher after my upper body training. I will typically perform 100 total reps (each leg) either with BW, or with a weight vest, and seek to complete this in 7-10 minutes. This provides an incredible conditioning effect for the lower body, while simultaneously maintaining hip mobility, and lower body musculature. I will do this with nasal breathing only, as a way to increase the challenge. Hip flexor balance and fall risk- 🤍 🤍 Hip flexor sprint speed- 🤍 Eccentric strength and COD - 🤍 Eccentric strength for falls- 🤍 Lunges for Eccentric strength- 🤍
Reverse Lunges is a great exercise, involving your lower body muscles. It works your Quadriceps and Hamstrings (legs) along with the Glutes (butt), leading to a more firm butt and leaner legs! Click here to answer 6 questions and get a FREE personalized video workout, tailored to your goals and personal needs: 🤍 Good luck and let us know in the comments below how you're doing!
Gain flexibility and strength with lunge exercises. Learn how to do lunges and lunging workouts in this video.
Here’s a quick lunge and squat combination using only a block/step/small box to provide some uneven positioning in the squat and front foot elevation in the lunges to allow for greater depth! These exercises will provide a lot of work for the quads, hamstrings and glutes! Really try to focus on depth of your squats and lunges while keeping good form! Simply perform each exercise for 50 seconds with 10 seconds to prepare for next exercise... all done in 10 minutes! The exercises are as follows: Foot elevated lunge Foot elevated lunge Uneven squat Uneven squat Foot elevated lunge Foot elevated lunge Uneven squat Uneven squat Alternating rear lunge Squat burn out!!! This workout can of course be performed without the block/step/small box! It’s a tough wee one! I hope you all enjoy this 10 minute leg blaster! Cx ➞ New Instagram Account: 🤍 ➞ Business Contact: info🤍carolinegirvan.com Disclaimer: If you are new to exercise or planning on embarking on a new fitness programme, you should consult your physician. This video may offer health, fitness or nutritional information and is meant for educational purposes only. This information is not meant as an alternative to seeking professional medical advice or suggested treatment. Please know that performing any exercise or programme is solely at your own risk.
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In questo video Veronica ti mostra come eseguire correttamente i lunges o affondi. Chiamato comunemente “affondo” in italiano il lunges è un esercizio straordinario per allenare i glutei e le gambe. Puoi eseguire sia degli affondi che delle contropiegate (back lunges), non vi è particolare differenza, esegui quello che ti riesce meglio: nei primi avanzerai con la gamba nei secondi retrocederai con la gamba. Allenati con me ➭ 🤍veronicatudor.it Se il video vi è piaciuto lasciate un like e un commento! IT'S NOT FITNESS. IT'S LIFESTYLE! #Amati #ChangeYourLife #PinkFit #muoviilculo Seguimi su Instagram, dove condivido ogni giorno momenti della mia vita quotidiana e post motivazionali :) 🤍veronica_tudor Vai al blog 🤍veronicatudor.it per non perdere le novità in arrivo IT'S NOT FITNESS. IT'S LIFESTYLE! #Amati #ChangeYourLife #PinkFit #muoviilculo 🤍veronicatudor.it VERONICA TUDOR | Modella & Fitness Blogger FITNESS | WELLNESS | LIFESTYLE ISCRIVITI AL MIO CANALE 🤍 FOLLOW ME!! BLOG: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 MAIL info🤍veronicatudor.it
Learn how to correctly do the 'lunge' - a fantastic lower body bodyweight exercise. This video will show you the exercise, breaking it down into three key parts, as well as showing the most common mistakes that people make when lunging (recommended for beginners). At the end of the video also learn how to do a more advanced variation of the exercise.
👉🏼 Here's how to avoid making the most common mistake in lunges! ALWAYS remember BIG STEPS, guys! Save the pain from your knees and enjoy the exercise to the maximum. 😁 Join Spartan Coaching™ Program - 🤍?sl=yts ▶ FOLLOW XENIOS Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ▶ ABOUT XENIOS CHARALAMBOUS My name is Xenios Charalambous, and I help busy people lose weight and sustain their results. I started my fitness journey when I was 13 years old, after a rejection I had from a girl at school. I was skinny (103 lbs, 47kg), unhealthy, depressed, and addicted to video games, and I had no self-confidence. I struggled through my teens, and I realized that the only person who is responsible for my life's direction is me... so I took action. After years of trial and error, I cracked the code, and I finally transformed my body and mind, but that wasn't enough... I decided to challenge myself by applying for the special forces. I successfully completed the 2 years of training and took my mental strength into a whole new dimension. I shared my story on youtube, went viral all around the world (over 6.7 million views), and my fitness company was founded. After getting known worldwide, I moved to London where I was coaching A-List celebrities and partnered with companies like X-Factor, Google, Morgan Stanley, and Amazon to train their executives. I now specialize in helping busy individuals lose weight with a proven sustainable system. Since 2013, I've helped hundreds of people worldwide transform their life. From Game Addicted to Sponsored Athlete: Body Transformation - 🤍 80% of Your Weight Loss Journey Is Psychological (Why Most People CAN'T Do It) - 🤍
In this video I go over my three favorite types of lunges. I have found that the three lunges in this video work best for me. Give them a try and let me know what your favorite type of lung is. For some full leg workouts click on this playlist: 🤍 Member website: 🤍 Supplements: 🤍 Discount code - MDYOUTUBE10 IG: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Make sure you like the video share the video and subscribe to the channel. And if you would like me to answer any of you question please ask them in the comment section. John Meadows is an American professional bodybuilder and entrepreneur with an intriguing story. While John now boasts a successful career as an IFBB Pro bodybuilder and fitness company owner, his journey towards the top was extremely difficult. Growing up, John never met his father, and his mother died at an extremely young age. This meant John only had his grandmother to take care of him. When his grandmother tragically passed away in 1999, John was left alone without his family to support him. As the years went by, John continued to face new adversities in his life. During his early days in bodybuilding, John suffered from a rare colon disease. After fighting the disease for several months, his colon burst – almost resulting in his death. Luckily, John was quickly rushed to an emergency room where his life was saved. After several months of recovery, John was finally back on his feet. Coming back into bodybuilding, John used the very obstacles that almost cost him his life as ‘fuel’ to grow stronger. Ever since he recovered from the colon surgery, John has gone on to become a successful bodybuilder, entrepreneur, and inspiration for many people all over the world. IFBB North American Bodybuilding Championships, Men’s Heavyweight, 4th place 2005 USA Bodybuilding & Figure Championships, Men’s Heavyweight, 13th place Los Angeles Bodybuilding, Fitness & Figure Championships, Men’s Heavyweight, 4th place 2007 IFBB North American Championships, Men Heavyweight, 16th place 2010 IFBB North American Championships, Men’s Heavyweight, 12th place 2011 North American Championships, IFBB Men’s Bodybuilding: Heavyweight, 9th place 2012 North American Championships, IFBB Bodybuilding: Over 40 – Heavyweight, 2nd place North American Championships, IFBB Bodybuilding: Heavyweight, 7th place NPC Teen, Collegiate & Masters National Championships, Bodybuilding: Over 40 – Heavyweight, 2nd place 2013 Masters National Championships, Bodybuilding: Masters Over 40 Super Heavyweight, 2nd place Masters National Championships, Bodybuilding: Masters Over 35 Super Heavyweight, 3rd place 2014 NPC National Championships, Bodybuilding Heavyweight, 6th place Masters National Championships, Bodybuilding Masters Over 35 – Super Heavyweight, 2nd place Team Universe, Bodybuilding Over 40 Super Heavyweight, 4th place 2015 NPC Universe, Bodybuilding Over 40 Overall, 1st place – Earned the Pro Card Wings of Strength Texas, Bodybuilding IFBB Pro 212, 5th place Tampa Pro, IFBB Pro 212, 3rd place Vancouver Pro, Bodybuilding IFBB Pro 212, 5th place 2016 Wings of Strength Chicago Pro, IFBB Pro Men 212, 10th place Toronto Pro, IFBB Pro Men 212, 10th place Arnold Classic, IFBB Pro 212, 9th place 2017 #Lung #Legs #JohnMeadows