Kinesis Lunge is a functional exercise based on the standing and locomotion pillars of natural movement.
It strengthens your legs; mainly, your quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes.
Promotes hip and trunk stabilisation.
By performing it in an alternated way, this exercise activates all trunk muscles and train balance.
You’ll start by standing, facing away from the Kinesis one hang the cable grips with your hands close to your trunk and arms flexed.
Stabilise your scapula by pulling your elbows down. Don’t forget to keep your arms flexed.
Activate your core.
Then, step forward with a larger than usual step.
After landing your foot on the floor, lower your hips until both knees are bent at about a 90-degree angle. Make sure your front knee is directly above your ankle (don’t push it too far) and that your other knee doesn’t touch the floor.
Try to stabilize your hip and trunk
Step back putting more strength on the heel of your front foot and shift your weight to your back-leg
As you reach the start position, switch legs and repeat.
Better muscular symmetry.
This exercise strengthens your quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes.
It activates the hip stabilisation muscles and core muscles.
This kind of training prevents falls and injuries.