ALTERNATING FORWARD LUNGE
The lunge is one of 7 fundamental movements of exercise. Perfecting lunge form without weight should be one of the first objectives of any health seeker. To perform a lunge, you take a wide step forward with one leg, pause in this split stance, lower the back knee to the ground directly below the head and the front knee bends to 90 degrees directly above the ankle. An alternating forward lunge is usually performed with weight in the hands (we used dumbbells, but you could also use a barbell over the back or a weight plate in your hands). Step forward into a right leg lunge, spring back to a standing position, then step forward into your left leg lunge and repeat for the given amount of repetitions.