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Jumping lunge Rotation – ipsilateral

Jumping lunge Rotation - ipsilateral

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Muscle Groups
  • Abs and Core
  • Hips & Buttocks
  • Legs
  • Increases power in hips, legs and torso.


Jumping lunge with rotation increases power in the legs, hips and torso. Jumping lunges with rotation develop core stabilization and reactive strength. This exercise requires no equipment and can be performed as part of your conditioning workout.


  • Start with your feet staggered 16 to 20 inches apart, hands held up in front of you.
  • Jump up and quickly swith foot position.
  • When you land, absorb right into a lunge by bending your knees.
  • At the same time, rotate toward the side of the back leg.
  • Jump back up and switch foot position, turning your torse to the opposite side.
  • Continue for a specified number of repetitions or time.


  • Front foot and knee not pointing straight.
  • Feet not staggered enough forward and back.
  • Rotating the arms only instead of the entire torso.