How To Do An Alternating Barbell Pendulum Lunge Exercise Video Demonstration And Guide
The alternating barbell pendulum lunge, also called the seesaw lunge, is an awesome variation of the traditional
barbell forward lunge and barbell reverse lunge.
This move targets your
quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and calves, as well as your core to maintain balance.
To get started:
Step forward with one leg and lower yourself until your back leg almost touches the floor, and is at a 90 degree angle.
Press through the ground with your feet, lifting yourself up while transitioning into a reverse lunge.
Try to maintain balance during the transition, without touching your moving foot during the middle of the movement.
Once you complete the forward and reverse lunge with one leg, switch legs and repeat.
Continue alternating legs for reps.
Barbell Low Pendulum Lunge
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