Reverse Sliding Lunge

The reverse sliding lunge improves strength and endurance throughout the lower body while increasing hip flexibility and mobility. This exercise builds stability in the core and hip flexors throughout the range of motion.


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    Stand tall with one foot on a sliding disc. Rest the hands firmly on your hips and set your feet shoulder-width apart. This is your starting position.
  2. Reverse Sliding Lunge
    Slide the foot that's on the disc backward and lower your hips so that your other knee is bent to 90-degrees. Pause, reverse direction back to starting position.

Trainer’s Tips

  • Make sure to initiate the movement with the hips.
  • Do not let the knee cave inward.
  • Be sure to slide the leg back straight, not out to the side.