Reverse Lunge Things to pay attention
Your back should be upright throughout the movement.
Your back knee should not touch the ground.
Your front leg should form a 90-degree angle.
Take power from the front heel to return to the starting position.
Which Muscle Groups It Affects
Reverse Lunge movement affects the upper leg, hind leg, hip and calf muscles.
Reverse Lunge How To
Stand in a fully upright position with feet shoulder-width apart.
Your hands may rest on the side of the body or on your hips.
Take a larger-than-normal step back with your right foot.
Get down on your right knee, but don’t let your knee touch the ground.
At this moment, your left leg should form a 90-degree angle.
To return to the starting point, use the heel of your front foot and align your right foot with your left foot.
Repeat this move for your left leg. This will count as your 1 repetition.
Do as many repetitions as you set and finish the movement.