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Pictured here Cathe and Jenn are doing elevated lunges in the Single Body Part Leg workout. Elevated Lunges strengthen the quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves. Also, as a single-leg exercise, your core is forced to work in overdrive to maintain your balance.

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Hazlady

Cathlete
I find elevated lunges difficult. They really show up my imbalances and my tight hip flexors. When my right leg is back, I wobble all over the place but I'm OK when my left leg is back. I can only go to 2 risers, and I use lighter weights.
 

aqua girl

Cathlete
I find elevated lunges difficult. They really show up my imbalances and my tight hip flexors. When my right leg is back, I wobble all over the place but I'm OK when my left leg is back. I can only go to 2 risers, and I use lighter weights.

Exactly Hazlady….that is exactly my problem…I use 1 or 2 risers too, and still wobble :)
 

AVeyRa

Cathlete
My legs love this one … my lower back does NOT. I actually consulted a trainer about this. She checked my form (good) and my lifting weight (also good, about 20lbs). We discovered I have a hip imbalance. So I have to modify this exercise (or my back will scream) and work on evening out my hips.
 

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