Jump Lunge Things to pay attention
Your back knee should never touch the ground.
Your front knee should not exceed your toes.
Your feet should be parallel to each other.
Breathing significantly affects the number of repetitions in this movement.
Always make sure your upper body is in an upright position.
Keep your head facing forward during the movement.
Which Muscle Groups It Affects
The muscles that work in the Jump Lunge are the upper legs, hips, quads, and hamstrings.
Jump Lunge How To
First, open both feet shoulder-width apart.
Bend your knees slightly and push your body into the air.
Land with your feet shoulder-width apart, with your left foot in front and your right foot back.
When you land, immediately bend both knees to 90 degrees.
Your front knee will be in line with your ankle and your back knee will immediately lift off the ground.