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Training20th March 2018

Tutorial: Kinesis lunge to chest press

How does fitness evolve?

Learn how to perform a Kinesis Lunge to chest press the EVO way.

WHAT

  • Lunge is a very functional exercise that it’s foundation is locomotion.
  • Chest press might be considered functional as well, once it is one of basic forms to move away any hazard
  • Combining these two exercises, we create a great workout that put together strength and coordination and may reduce your workout time

HOW

  • Stand back to the machine and your feet on the width of your hips, hold the cable grips at the high of your chest
  • Engage the core and step forward while you push the cables forward too.
  • With the trunk highly stable, step back and bent your arms at the same time till you find the start position

WHY

  • Lunges increase strength on legs, glutes and thighs, demands trunk stabilization and promote balance
  • Pushing exercises as chest press strengthen chest and arms and require trunk stabilization, developing core muscles as abs and spine erectors.
  • Combining both exercises we promote full body coordination and balance and we can be more effective on time workout