At-home training can be tricky, especially if you do not have the right equipment, tools, and/or loading. For more serious lifters, gaining maximal strength, muscle mass, and sports performance (powerlifting, CrossFit, weightlifting, etc)
In this article we have detailed out the most complete walking lunge exercise guide for lifters of all levels and sports. We will discuss walking lunge variations, muscles worked, provided exercise demonstrations, and
Lunges (stationary) and walking lunges are two common unilateral movement to increase movement patterning, body conditioning, and more. Below we break down both movements and determine which one is best based on your
Walking lunges are a great way to develop unilateral leg function, strength, increase leg hypertrophy, and bridge the gap between strength training in the gym and real-world movement and function. Below, we will
In this extremely comprehensive lunge exercise guide, we discuss common lunge variations, exercise demos, benefits, and determine if the lunge is the best unilateral exercise for muscle growth, athletic performance, and injury prevention.
Unilateral leg training is key for symmetrical muscular development, balance and coordination, and sound movement patterning. Lack of proper ankle, knee, and hip mechanics in a unilateral setting can spell D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R for many
The split squat, lunge, and step up are three movements that are common unilateral lower body exercises to increase leg mass, enhance movement integrity, and bulletproof an athlete from injury; all of which
Leg strength, more specially your squatting (front and back) and pulling abilities, are key factors that affect weightlifting performance, aside from technique and power application. When progressing throughout training, leg strength may stall,