Workout of the Week: Lunge Circuit

Posted: February 10, 2012 in Exercise
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Here is another ESF workout for you! This one is a circuit training exercise that is centered around lunges, but works in abs and arms stations as well. Guaranteed to make your glutes, hammys, and quads sore the next day! To make this workout harder, you can add weight to your lunges using either dumbbells or barbell of desired weight, and to your ab workouts by using a medicine ball.

Remember: For lunges, you should never let your front knee extend over your ankle and bend only until both knees are at 90 degrees! Otherwise you risk injury, especially if you are adding weight.

Enjoy the The ESF Lunge WorkoutΒ πŸ™‚ and let me know if you have questions!

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  2. saradirienzo says:

    Hi, I am a bit confused on how to do this workout. Can you take a few minutes to explain?

    • Sure! Basically, you set up the exercises at each end of the gym and you do a set of 10 lunges in between each exercise at each end. So basically, start with the first exercise then 10 forward lunges. At that end, do the next exercise, then 10 lunges backwards. Do this (5 times down and back), with a 2-5 minute break in the middle. Does this make more sense?

  3. This is so helpful – I shall have a go at it this evening! x

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