Three-Way Lunges

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If you're going to get any benefits out of three-way lunges, you really need to make sure that you're doing them in a very particular way. Learn about three-way lunges with help from a fitness and physical therapy professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, welcome back to the Cave Cam. I'm Coach PJ at CPJ Fitness in San Diego, California. Today, I'm going to show you three way lunges. Okay I'm going to demonstrate to you today a three way lunge which is using your own body weight. We're going to take what I call compass lunge and we're going to take the leg in three different directions while doing a lunge. So here we go, front lunge, to the reverse lunge, you take a step back and kneel down and then back to the mid line and then to the side lunge, like that. This is three angles and you get that front stride, making sure it's big. You drive down, stand behind your knee and then pop that leg back and then on the reverse, you take a big stride back. Now this is your front leg and all you're going to do is duplicate what you did on the direction and kneel down and then come right back up and then drive the leg back and then your side lunge you're going to step out. This leg stays straight, you bend this knee, feet are straight. Then you come right back up. So in a quicker look, here, I can go right into the reverse and right into the side. You can slow it down, take it to the front, stop, take it to the back, stop, take it to the side. Okay, obviously you would do the same for the other side, good luck. Once again I'm Coach PJ at CPJ Fitness and I just showed you three way lunges.

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