Stationary lunges are one of the best ways to work your entire lower body. You can do them anywhere: when you’re out for a walk – or you want to take a break from sitting at your desk all day! This will help give you firmer glutes, stronger legs and improve your balance!
How To Do Stationary Lunges
- Stand tall with your feet hip distance apart then take a large step backward with one foot. This is your start position.
- Lower the back knee to a 90-degree angle so both knees are bent then press up to start position and repeat. After the desired number of reps, switch legs.
Be sure to keep your chest lifted, neck in alignment with your spine and abs contracted. Your back should stay straight. Next, During the lunge, make sure you’re balanced on your back toes and your front knee is in line with your ankle. You don’t want your front knee going past your toes. Squeeze your glutes on your way up to starting position. We recommend starting with twelve lunges for each leg, unweighted. Once you have that down, work yourself up to three sets! You can add to the move by grabbing some dumbbells to hold.
You can do this!