A Full-Range-of-Motion Lunge

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A full-range-of-motion lunge has a lot to do with where you place your center of gravity. Find out more about a full-range-of-motion lunge with help from a certified strength and conditioning specialist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Delf Enriquez of DelfEnriquez.com and I'm at Reflex Performance here in Pasadina, California. Today, I'm going to talk about how to perform a full range of motion lunge. And as far as that's concerned, I will easily be able to demonstrate that for you. To talk you through it, it basically has to do with where you place your center of gravity. So this is how you perform a full range of motion lunge. I will be stepping forward just enough such that my front heel does not come off the ground and I'm putting most of my weight on my front foot and front heel. When you do that, you'll be able to feel a good amount of stretch or activation in your front glute, or booty, and that's how you know you're performing the lunge correctly. Now if you step too far forward, you might feel yourself stretching too much. The hip flexor, which is the front part of your back leg and when that happens, that means you've stepped forward too far. So to me, these are the two ways in which you'll perform a full range of motion lunge. I'm at Reflex Performance here in Pasadina, California and I just talked about how to perform a full range of motion lunge. I'm Delf Enriquez of DelfEnriquez.com.

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