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Reverse Lunge To Pull

Muscle Group

Arms, Back, Legs

Anchor Position

Movement Type


Resistance band reverse lunge to pull are a great dynamic exercise for your lower body and back. The reverse lunge movement activates your core, glutes, and hamstrings. This put less stress on your joints and give you a bit more stability in your front leg. The pull motion will tone and strengthen your upper body, which is essential for everyday movements, including pulling. Having a strong upper body also improves posture, protects your shoulders, and reduces your risk of injury. With reverse lunge to pull you get the benefits of both movements in one dynamic exercise. Learn more about properly executing this exercise with the video above.


Make this exercise easier by moving closer to the anchor to reduce the amount of tension on the Slastix.


Make this exercise more challenging by moving further away from the anchor to increase the tension on the Slastix or by adding another resistance band.