“The high lunge is also known as the runner’s lunge, and it’s critical for athletes because it alleviates the tight hip flexors and lower backs so many people have,” says Katich.
For the high lunge, start on your hands and knees, lift your right foot and place it in between your hands and lift your left knee up off the floor to come into the lunge. Alternate legs and bring your left foot in front of the right leg. Targeting the hip flexors with this high lunge is a priority. Make sure that your feet are not lined up — you want your front foot angled slightly out from your back leg.
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