The Top 5 Leg Exercises You are not doing

The Top 5 Leg Exercises You are NOT doing

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There is many outdoor leg exercises to chose from, but in my opinion if you had to chose any these ones I shot with Miss Jacquelyn Umof in Venice Beach are the top 5 leg exercises you are not doing.

Why makes these great then? Let analyze the whole routine and go from there.

Exercise 1: Reverse Lunge To A Kick : 20 – 30 sec or 12 – 15 reps

I love this exercise because it works the back of the leg as well as the butt. The kick adds so much to the movement because you working on your balance too.

Exercise 2: Lateral Lunge To A Kick: 20 – 30 sec or 12 – 15 reps

Again we changing the working angle, instead of straight forward we going to the side exercise like this one make a huge difference in your training. This exercise targets the inner thigh Glutes AKA Butt.

Exercise 3: Walking Lunges: 30 – 60 sec or 20 – 30 reps

This exercise is done by everyone, it targets the front of the leg back and the butt. But what makes this one even more beneficial in this routine is the positioning with the routine as a third movement.

Exercise 4: Deep Forward Walking Lunges Kick: 30 – 60 sec or 20 – 30 reps

After a basic walk lunge, if you switch to a deep forward lunge to a kick you will certainly make your routine much more challenging.

Exercise 5: 2 Hopes Squat Jumps: 20 – 30 sec or 12 – 15 reps

The last exercise is a Plyometric movement, which is the 2 hopes Squat jump a great finisher to raise your heart rate for a cardio activity.

Here is the Video Full Workout enjoy.

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