5. Alternating Reverse Lunge to Warrior Pose
- Reverse lunge: From a standing position, step your right foot backward into a lunge position. Bend both knees, making sure to fire your glutes, hamstrings, and quads to give you balance. Keep your torso upright; don’t slouch forward or lean backward. Raise your arms over your head. Try to imagine a straight line running underneath you, connecting your feet. Make sure you breathe normally.
- Fire your leg muscles and bring your right foot back forward to a standing position.
- Step back with your left foot into Warrior Pose. Bring your hips parallel to the front of the room. Arch your upper back slightly, lifting your chest up toward the ceiling. Press your palms together, if possible, or keep your hands shoulder width apart with your palms facing each other. Look forward or up at your thumbs. When done, step the right foot back into a standing position.
- Alternate sides.
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