Jumping Lunge is also considered a jumping split lunge. Jumping Lunge is an intense move that increases the burn and tones of your calves, too. Advanced variation of a lunge exercise bumps up the intensity by adding a plyometric transition. When you do it correctly, you will target the glutes, quads, hamstrings, and calves. You will also engage the muscles that stabilize the core and hips, those that are used for rotational movements and even improve ankle stability.
Lunge Jump will give a great overall blast to the legs, hips and core. You can see below how to do jump lunges.
Stance: Lunge position with one foot in front and one foot behind, hips lowered into a squat.
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