Side Lateral Lunge Form & Technique

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The side lateral lunge requires a very specific form and technique to pull off correctly. Learn about the side lateral lunge form and technique with help from a certified fitness professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jill Brown a certified fitness instructor and trainer here in Los Angeles. And today we are going to learn how to do the side lateral squat lunge. We are going to start with our feet about shoulders or hips distance apart. And we are going to start with your right leg and my left. So step out with that leg out to the side, toes stays in the same direction. And pretend that you are going to sit your butt down in a chair behind you. What I like to do is imagine that I have a wall to my side and that my shoulder, my hip, my knee, and my foot are all along that same wall. And then using the front of the leg you are going to push off and bring your legs back together. So lets try that a few times. You are going to step out, keep your weight in your heels. Sit down on an imaginary chair up against the wall. And push off. And that's the side lateral squat lunge. Primary muscles that you are using are your quadriceps, your glutials, and your inner thigh. Lets do one more. From Los Angeles I'm Jill Brown.


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