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Audio from the Diagonal Lunge with a Reach
Now, we’re going to move on to the diagonal lunge with a reach.
A good lunge variation this one. And it’s good for people who perform sports where they’re constantly moving and cutting and changing direct, because it works on opening up those hips, and getting the body used to changing direction.
This is what it looks like.
So, start with the feet in a shoulder width position. And from here, we’re going to take a reverse lunge. But rather than just going straight backwards, you’re going to step back and put your foot out at 3:00 o’clock, here.
So, you going to have one foot at 12:00 and one foot at 3:00.
From here, you’re going to sit the hips backwards this way, and the hands are going to push forwards in front of the leg.
So you’re going to go back like this and come back to the front.
So we step into 3:00 o’clock, hips go back, arms go forwards.
So in real time it would look like this.
There we go. That’s the diagonal lunge with a reach.
A tricky little exercise, but once you get your head around it, it feels pretty good.