Lunge + Press Combo
We are continuing with conditioning moves to help your summer shred. This week is all about shoulders and legs.
We’ve partnered up with StrongBoard Balance to add in an additional stability challenge. So get ready to move your body and sweat! All you will need for this move is the StrongBoard with Stroops StrongStrap.
Start by stepping up onto the StrongBoard and balancing on one leg. While remaining balanced, press your arms up overhead. Keep the press as you lunge backwards, finally coming right back up and doing another press.
Your shoulders will fatigue quickly, so shoot for about five reps and then switch which leg you are balanced on.
If your shoulders cannot handle maintaining the press throughout the lunge, you can bring arms down so your hands are at shoulder height.
For anyone who has bad balance, instead of keeping your leg up while standing on the StrongBoard you can tap the non balance foot down.
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