How Can I Keep My Balance With Lunges?


How can I keep my balance when doing lunges?

I always seem to tip over when I start to come back up from the bottom.


Many people have a difficult time keeping their balance when doing Lunges.


There is a stance you can use to greatly improve your balance, though.


Don't set both your feet in a directly straight line.

  • Keep them horizontally separated by about six inches to keep your balance.
  • Setting your feet farther apart increases your base of support and makes your body more stable when you are lunging.
  • To set yourself, first stand with your feet together.
  • Now step about 6 inches to one side.
  • Now step back, maintaining that horizontal separation.



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