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Lunge with Anterior Raise Exercise

Essential Exercise

This exercise works the legs, core, butt and shoulders.

Muscle Groups

How to perform The Lunge with Anterior Raise Exercise:

  1. Stand with your legs just less than shoulder-width apart. Hold a 3 to 5 pound dumbbell with both hands in front of your thighs. Raise your right heel slightly and step back about 2 feet with your right food, keeping your knees slightly bent.
  2. Keeping your back and arms straight, bend both legs to 90-degree angles and raise your arms to shoulder height. Lower your arms and straighten your legs (do not move your right foot) to complete the repetition.
  3. Do as many reps as you can in 2 minutes with the right leg (about 10 to 20), then repeat with the left leg.

Lunge with Anterior Raise Exercise

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