in Quadriceps Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Quadriceps
Do an athletic standing position with your hips and knees slightly bent. Your feet should be shoulder width away from each other, head looking forward, and chest up. This is your starting position.
Take a slow lateral step to your right while keeping yourself low. Keep your toes pointing forward.
After that, extend your left knee to shift your weight to your right. Bend your right hip and knee as you do this to proceed into a side lunge. Keep your back straight, head looking forward, and chest up.
Pause for a moment then slowly go back to your starting position by reversing your movements. Push your right heel to the floor to push yourself all the way up.
Repeat the steps to your opposite side.
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