How To Do: Tactical Lunge

This is a great exercise to help work on coordination, and to make you think about getting deep into the squat. The deep part is important because you do not want your back to round, top or bottom, when you pass the kettlebell under your leg. It will also help with balance since the weight is all to one side of the body. Here is how to do it:

  1. Start by holding the kettlebell to one side of your body
  2. Step forward into a lunge
  3. When you reach the bottom range make sure you are deep
  4. Pass the kettlebell from the inside to the outside under the leg,
  5. Get a good grip on the kettlebell
  6. Push off the front leg, to stand back up
  7. Repeat other side
  8. This can also be done as a walking lunge

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