A little gem you can add into your next lower body session to reinforce recruiting your glutes versus your quads in this position when performing walking lunges, curtsy lunges, split squats, or stationary lunges.
Cues to remember:
•stay upright. Leaning forward into your front foot takes the weight forward and causes your quad to takeover
•keep your knee over your toes.
•find a stance length that compliments your body. Your mobility will determine how far back you're able to bring your back foot
•stay centered. This movement should include a lot of small bouncing movements
•if using a Db is too challenging, sit in this position correctly for 30 sec increments. From there increase to 45 seconds and then 60 seconds. Passing the weight is not necessarily meant to work your delts but rather by bringing it out and to your side, you're forcing your core to keep to balanced.
Try to do this 4 times each leg with 10 passes to each side for a total of 20 reps.
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