Natalia Lapsova, a sports medicine specialist and chiropractor, said the lunge exercise is an important exercise to strengthen the muscles of the lower half of the body.
In his speech, the doctor revealed how difficult it is to implement these exercises and whether repeating the movement 50 times each day can be detrimental to health.
He noted that the “Classic Forward Lunch” is made as follows: the feet are placed shoulder-width apart; Then move one leg forward. The incline occurs first in the heel, then in the whole foot. Next, the front leg is bent at a 90 degree angle to the knee joint. The knee should be directly above the toes.
At the front lunch, you work the quadriceps, the gluteal muscles (large, small and medium), the lower leg muscles and the major muscles (the transverse and oblique abdominal muscles).
According to the doctor, exercising 50 to 50 times a day is a huge burden on the body, but it is not superfluous and if the person is healthy, the muscles, ligaments and tendons are ready for it.
Lung movements do no harm to the body: they are biologically similar to the movement we make when we climb stairs.
However, in these exercises the pressure on the body should be gradually and steadily increased: it is best to start with ten lungs per leg.
The doctor continued, “Lunch exercise puts more pressure on the knee joints. By focusing on the work of the gluteal muscles that support during movement, this load can be reduced to some extent, so that only the quadriceps muscles occur.”
Source: RIA Novosti
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