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Walking Lunge Rotation

Walking Lunge Rotation

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Muscle Groups
  • Abs and Core
  • Hips & Buttocks
  • Legs
  • Strengthens legs, hips and torso.
  • Develops and strengthens basic motor patterns.


Walking lunges with rotation strengthens the legs, hips and torso. The rotation activates the obliques and challenges your balance. A medicine ball may be used to add resistance to the body and further activate the core muscles.


  • Stand with your feet at shoulder width, holding your hands relaxed in front of you.
  • With one foot, step forward about 16 to 20 inches and descend carefully.
  • While descending, turn your torso to the side you’re stepping forward on.
  • Then step forward onto the front leg, to a standing position, turning forward again.
  • Then repeat with the opposite leg.


  • Front foot and knee not pointing straight.
  • Rotating only the arms instead of the entire torso.
  • Letting the chest drop.