Jumping Lunges For Beginners

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Have you ever wonder what the jumping lunges are good for?

Below I will give you 3 reason why you should do this exercise.

Reason 1 - This jumping lungs is a great  excellent cardiovascular exercise. If you do this exercise you can burn up to 36 calories in 3 minutes. 

Reason 2 - The jumping lunges is a great exercise helps develop and improve lower body strength and power.When done correctly, you will strengthen the glutes, quads, hamstrings, and calves.

Reason 3 - This workout also help with in  dynamic stability and coordination. The muscles that are engaged are the core and hips, those that are used for rotational movements and even improve ankle stability.

How to do the Jumping Lunges

1. Step forward so that one foot is roughly 3-4 feet in front of the other, and drop down in a lunge. (Keep front knee above your ankle, and back knee almost touching the ground) 

2. Jump hard straight up, with your forward and back foot switching positions as soon as your feet leave the ground. 

3. When you land you should be in the same lunge position but now with opposite leg forward. 

4. Repeat this motion for a set period of time or a set number of repetitions.

For more information to do this exercise check out wikiHow.


Are you looking for more cardio workout checkout my aerobics exercise page for some more exercises.

Below is a great 10 Minute Lower Body Tabata HIIT that will include jump squats. 

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