Lunges - Stability Ball

Other types of Lunges: Bodyweight Free Weight

  • Start with your feet together and abs engaged. Lift the ball overhead.

  • Step forward with your right foot and simultaneously bend both legs as your right foot lands on the floor. Stop when your right knee reaches 90 degrees, then push back to starting position.

  • Thighs 

  • Hips  Lower Legs 

  • Rectus femoris, Vastus lateralis, Vastus medialis, Gluteus maximus, Gastrocnemius, Soleus, Deltoids

  • TIP: Land softly by rolling through your heel, then ball of the foot.

Variations for Lunges

  • Upright Stationary Lunges

    A lunge without moving the feet, this increases the challenge by using your arms overhead.

  • Stationary Lunges

    The ball gives you a little bit of stability and makes stationary lunges more interesting than they are without the ball.

  • Ball To Floor Lunges

    This exercise adjoins the upper body with the lower body-you will get a back and shoulder workout by touching the ball to the floor and a leg workout by doing the lunges.


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