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Video clip of me doing 50kg-110lb db walking lunges

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    Video clip of me doing 50kg-110lb db walking lunges






    Here is a video clip of me doing walking lunges with 50kg-110lb dumbbells.

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    lol. you should drop down to the 80s atleast to have maintain some form and eat some fucking food.

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    Thanks for the advice here is a of clip of me doing the 42kg-90lb db forms a good bit better with these I think.

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    Great job...shitty form! You training for the world's strongest man? JK! Lower the weight big time and go longer distances. You will feel that more.

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    Horrible form. First video you didn't *complete* a single lunge. Second video you completed 6 lunges on your left foot forward, and two on your right foot forward. You're going to develop a massive imbalance if you keep it up.

    1: *always* touch (not bang) your knee to the floor.
    2: *always* step forward the exact same distance on each leg, for each step. Put tape on the floor, use chalk marks, step on seams on the floor, whatever, just make sure each lunge is the same distance.
    3: Don't pause between steps. Do you stop with your feet together when you walk? No? Then don't do it when you do walking lunges either. It's walking lunges, not line-dancing lunges.
    4: Don't lean forward. Back straight and straight up, arms at your sides, weights should be at your hip. You're leaning forward too much, and you'e leaning forward at different angles for each leg, so yet another source of imbalance.
    5: 5 reps per leg? Drop the weight to 20 kilos and do 20 steps, 10 per leg, with perfect form. If you can't control your knee touch and it bangs on the ground at the end of a set, lower the weight.

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    I agree with most. It's just not worth it dude. Too much lean which gets you on your toes which stresses the patellar tendon. I have a knot of scar tissue on my left knee from this very thing from like 15 years ago in college. I'm not a fan of lunges period. I would rather do split squats. I don't think the knee is set up good to stop forward progress at or about 90 degrees, much less with added resistance. Plus flat bottom shoes are king for any heel drive based movement. You will be able to tell a difference I almost guarantee. You don't want a shoe that's designed to bounce and roll your heel forward. Pretty much the last thing you want.
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    I need that outfit!

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