What A single-leg static lunge
Why Boost quad strength and hip stability.
SETS 3 REPS 10 (each leg) REST 15 seconds
1. Balance on your left leg and raise your right leg at a 90-degree angle (your thigh should be level with your hip).
2. Keeping your knee stacked over your toes and your weight on your left leg, bend at the knee and slowly extend your right leg behind you until the ball of your foot touches the ground in a lunge position. Keep your pelvis level (put your hands on your hips to detect drooping). Lunge deep enough that it’s challenging but not shaky.
3. Activate your glutes to push your right leg up and forward to the starting position.
4. Complete all three sets on one side before switching legs.