The “Right” Way to Lunge

You can squat and lunge your way to a tighter tush, but only if you’re doing them correctly. Fitness expert Nicole Wilkins says your legs should form a right angle when you lunge. Watch her how-to video for more on the “right” way to lunge (you’re going to feel the difference).

Lunges are a weight-bearing exercise. Using poor technique risks injury to your knees. Give yourself a little extra support with MET-Rx Super Joint Guard, so your joints stay healthy and your focus stays on form.

 

Nicole Wilkins is an IFPA certified personal fitness trainer, MET-RX athlete and International Federation of Body Building and Fitness (IFBB) competitor with two Figure Olympia and two Figure International champion titles. Watch Nicole’s “Fit Tip” videos here at Vitacost.com for helpful nutrition advice and fitness demos.

Nicole Wilkins

Nicole Wilkins is an IFPA certified personal fitness trainer, MET-RX athlete and International Federation of Body Building and Fitness (IFBB) competitor with two Figure Olympia and two Figure International champion titles. Watch Nicole’s “Fit Tip” videos here at Vitacost.com for helpful nutrition advice and fitness demos.

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Nicole Wilkins is an IFPA certified personal fitness trainer, MET-RX athlete and International Federation of Body Building and Fitness (IFBB) competitor with two Figure Olympia and two Figure International champion titles. Watch Nicole’s “Fit Tip” videos here at Vitacost.com for helpful nutrition advice and fitness demos.

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