Join David Stamps for an exercise that uses cardio through strengthening your lower body while toning your thighs and butt.
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Front Kick to Reverse Lunge Exercise Hi, I'm David Stamps and this exercise is a front kick with a reverse lunge. I'm going to show you the different components because this is an advanced exercise. You’re going to step up, front kick, bring it back to the center, and step back to the line. Remember when you’re here keep the hip square, short as a square right into me. Look directly at me. Knees over the ankle hold on to with bring your back. You repeat, kick front, step to the center, and step back for the lunge. Back to the first, hit, step and lunge, come in. I know you know this, and make sure those abs are in nice and tight. One more in this side, press it, bring it in, step back, center; the front kick with a reverse lunge. So straight up full body, not only we’re keeping our cardiovascular system working, we’re actually doing a note, flexion with our legs, rest them back with a lunge. So again, there are a lot of glut quads, hamstrings. Let’s take in the side. Bring it up, kick and lunge back to the center. Press, in, lower, let me hear you breathe. Hit, yes, two more. That’s it you're breathing everything and square it away, looking good. One more, hit then bring it back, center. Give me five on the right, five on the left, twice too. So I'm on two sets and you’re goal then. When the summer time heating and you're filling your shorts or your bikini, you’re going to look in real nice. Nice work, you’re looking good.
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