Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do medicine ball lateral lunge press.
The Medicine Ball Lateral Lunge Press is a total body exercise that primarily targets your quads, hamstrings, glutes, and shoulders.
Watch the MEDICINE BALL LATERAL LUNGE PRESS: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform MEDICINE BALL LATERAL LUNGE PRESS:
1. With a wide stance, toes pointed at 45 degrees, press a medicine ball over your head.
2. Perform a lateral lunge to one side by pushing your hips back and bending one knee, similar to a squatting motion, while the opposite leg stays straight. Keep your chest up.
3. During the lunge, also bend your elbows to bring the medicine ball down towards the bent knee.
4. Next, while keeping both feet planted into the floor, push off with the foot of the bent knee to straighten that leg and return back to the starting position, while pressing the medicine ball directly over your head.
5. Your torso should remain upright and stationary. No twisting.
6. Repeat the same movement on the opposite side.
7. Repeat for reps.
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