The Low Lunge | Movement and Mobility |StoneAgeFuel

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The Low Lunge can be a great stretch to loosen up the hips, hamstrings, low back, glutes and quads. To perform the stretch do the following:

-Start in a lunge position with one leg forward and one leg back

-Keep your chest up and squeeze your belly and butt while pushing your hips forward.

-If you find this easy lean forward and place your hands on the floor in line with your front leg.

-If that is also fairly easy you can go down to your forearms and finally reach back and grab your opposite foot with your hand and bring your heel to your butt.

Pick one of these that you can comfortably hold for :30 sec to 2 min for 3 rounds. Push to the point of a good stretch, but don’t go overboard!

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