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How should I do lunges as a teen?

Daphne Oz
Health Education
To do lunges: Stand upright with your hands on your hips. Keep your back erect and shoulders pressed down (elongate your neck). Step 2: feet in front of you with your right foot and bend both knees so that your left knee comes to an inch above the floor. Come back to standing position by pushing up with your thighs and bringing your right foot back to the starting position (next to your left foot). Alternate between stepping with your right and left leg until you have completed a total of 50 lunges. It is very important to keep your forward knee directly over the ankle.
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