The Reverse Lunge will work your quadriceps, glutes and hamstrings. You will also be working into your core to remain stable, improving your balance at the same time.

Set up with the bar in a comfortable position on your back - there is no right or wrong as to how high up the bar should be, just whatever feels best. Bring your hands close together so that the bar is stable and take a few steps away from the bar. Keeping one foot firmly planted into the floor, bring your other leg back with a long step into a lunge position.

Throughout the exercise the main things we should be paying attention to are ensuring our shoulders are pulled back, we are looking ahead and that our front foot remains planted flat into the floor.

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