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Walking lunge with twist

How to:
Holding a medicine ball in your hands, elbows by your sides, take one large step forward into a lunge position.

Watch that your knee is at a 90 degree angle and the weight of your body is toward your front knee.

Hold the lunge position, contract your abs and rotate your torso to the same side as your front leg.

Your arms and medicine ball should turn with your torso until they are in line with your side.

Rotate back to the centre as you stand up and bring your arms back in front of you.


Walking lunge with twist

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Paige Hathaway

Paige Hathaway

3 hours 51 minutes ago

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β€’ ECTOMORPH? ....Long, slim, and thin muscles/limb and low fat storage. Usually find difficulty in building muscle / gaining weight.

β€’ ENDOMORPH? ....Solid and generally soft with a high tendency to store body fat. Usually of a shorter build with thick arms and legs. Muscles are strong, especially the upper legs.

β€’MESOMORPH? ....Muscular and well-built, with a high metabolism and responsive muscle cells. Usually larger bone structure and a naturally athletic physique. They find it quite easy to gain and lose weight.

IM AN ECTOMORPH (its hard for me to gain muscle / weight and it’s always a constant challenge to keep it on!


Paige Hathaway

18 hours 38 minutes ago

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Let’s see who can type out β€œI L O V E P I Z Z A” in the comment section below one letter at a time without getting interrupted.... First one to do it WINS!


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