Lunge Matrixes

Lunge Matrixes

  • These are some of my favorite lunge matrixes I use with my patients. Of course, you need to start with teaching each movement in isolation before combining them. I typically start programming these in when I'm switching to a more power based cycle, after proper hypertrophy and strength is achieved.
  • Bored with the same old lunge variation? Give these a shot and tag a buddy you want to try them out with!
  • Movement variability is KEY to injury prevention, and I am always trying to challenge my patients with new movements. Athleticism as I define it is the ability to quickly learn to perform an unlearned and unpracticed movement with skill and grace. Itโ€™s our body (and brains) ability to be faced with a new and novel environment, situation, and demand and execute a new movement with perfection.
  • That being said, ALWAYS change up your exercises to keep the GAINZ going!
  • In the last exercise, Iโ€™ve taken two separate exercises (the lateral lunge and curtesy lunge) and combined them into one - already a challenging movement on its own to smoothly put together. If youโ€™re new to the movement - START HERE.
  • But to further add variability, Iโ€™ve added a speed component to the exercise. One emphasizing the concentric โ€œpowerโ€ portion of the exercises and the second emphasizing the eccentric โ€œdecelerationโ€ portion of the exercise. Have fun!!

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