Alternating Forward Lunges
You'll need a set of 8- to 10-pound dumbbells for this exercise. Complete 8 to 10 reps for each side. Targets your glutes, quads, and hamstrings.
-Alternating Forward Lunges: You'll need a set of 8- to 10-pound dumbbells for this exercise. Start with your feet hip width apart and weight in each hand. Lunge forward with your leg bending both knees. Now, step your foot back. Repeat this move, alternating lunges to complete 8 to 10 reps for each side. When you lunge forward, align your knee over the ankle of your front foot. Be sure to keep to your torso perpendicular to the floor. This move targets your glutes, quads, and hamstring. For a bigger challenge, try rotating your torso in the opposite direction of your lunge. In other words, twist your trunk to the left as you step forward with the right leg.
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