Exercise Guide, Legs
Static Lunge

How to Do Static Lunge Exercise Properly

Static Lunge

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This exercise is just a twist to the normal lunges.

Major Muscles Exercised

Groin

Quads

Other Muscles Exercised

Hamstrings

Calves

Gluteal Muscles

Static Lunge Guide

  1. Standing with your feet together place one foot ahead of you and the other behind. This will form a triangle shape with your legs.
  2. Kneel with the leg that is behind and this will form a 90 degree with the leg that’s forward. This will cause you to tiptoe on your leg that’s behind.
  3. Alternate between the legs after several reps. One can do 2 sets of 10 reps.

Trainer’s Tips

  • Ensure you are on a flat surface to maintain stability.
  • One can add dumbbells, kettlebells and even elastic rope for more effect on other muscles like the biceps and triceps.
  • Ensure you keep your back straight while doing this exercise.
  • Do the exercise at a moderate pace in order to get the most out of it.

In this article, you will discover how to do the static lunge exercise properly to strengthen your legs and glutes #static #lunge #exercise #focusfitness

Benefits of Static Lunge Exercise

Easy to carry out anywhere and does not necessarily require gym equipment to do.

Strengthens and tones your legs.

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