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The Lunge to Push Up

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I enjoy bodyweight training because you can get really creative with it. It’s also fun and a good way to deload from constant weight training. Plus, bodyweight training can also be really fun.

 

In this exercise tutorial we are taking a lunge and combining it with a push up to make a total body exercise. [no_highlight background_color=”yellow” color=”black”]You’ll be targeting your quads, adductors (inner thigh muscles), glutes, triceps, chest and shoulders.[/no_highlight]

 

You can do this exercise as an individual warm up or you can go for speed and treat it as a [no_highlight background_color=”yellow” color=”black”]bodyweight conditioning exercise.[/no_highlight]

 

 

Here are a couple of things to consider before you take on this exercise:

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  • If you can’t do 10-15 push ups with good form then you’re probably not ready for this combo. Can you do a side lunge? If you can’t then try learning that first.
  • You’re going to need a little bit of ankle flexibility but not a whole lot.
  • You need to be comfortable with your knee going over your toes. Some people can’t tolerate extreme knee flexion. If this is your case, then this movement isn’t for you.

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