Lunge Easy Twist Exercise Guide

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Lunge Easy Twist is a none exercise that works your obliques.

Lunge Easy Twist is a great moderate move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your buttocks, core, legs, lower body and waist.

It requires mat to do.

Lunge Easy Twist

How to do Lunge Easy Twist


Begin a Downward Facing Dog. Inhale and lift your left leg up and back. Exhale and step forward. Come onto your fingertips. Inhale and reach your left arm up to twist.

Illustrated Guide

Learn how to do lunge easy twist from this step-by-step illustrations:

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Muscles Worked

The muscles used for lunge easy twist may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for lunge easy twist are:

Primary Muscles

  • Obliques

Synergyst Muscles

  • Quadriceps

Frequently Asked Questions

What muscles does Lunge Easy Twist work?
Lunge Easy Twist works obliques.
What is Lunge Easy Twist good for?
Lunge Easy Twist is beneficial . It works the best for buttocks, core, legs, lower body and waist, as it works obliques. Lunge Easy Twist is a great none exercise for men, men over 50, women and women over 50.
Is Lunge Easy Twist a good exercise?
Lunge Easy Twist is a popular none exercise for obliques.

Training, Progressions and Regressions

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Lunge Easy Twist Training and Progressions

Standards and Averages

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Lunge Easy Twist Standards and Averages


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Lunge Easy Twist Alternatives


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Lunge Easy Twist Variations

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Muscles Worked Quadriceps, Obliques
Difficulty Level(s) Moderate
Equipment Mat
Location At Gym, At Home, Outdoor
Major Exercise Twist

Muscles Worked

Target muscle(s) Obliques
Synergyst muscle(s) Quadriceps

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