Lunges on the Balance Pad

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This is a great way to do lunges that also challenges your balance.


  1. Stand in a split stance with one foot on the balance pad. Most of your weight should be on the front foot. Keep your back straight. The heel of your back foot should not be on the floor.

  2. Inhale and bend both knees as if you are trying to touch the back knee to the floor. Maintain perfect posture throughout the exercise. Exhale and straighten your knees. Repeat 10-15 times, rest, then switch legs. can not be held responsible for any injuries which may occur as a result of these exercises, advice or recipes displayed on this website. Do not undertake any exercise program, diet or treatment provided by the site without professional or qualified supervision.