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Cross Lunge

Our partner LAUFMAMALAUF presents and explains the fitness exercise: “Cross Lunge” with your Croozer!

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The exercise “Cross Lunge” is ideal for well-defined legs and a sexy, well-toned butt. Here’s everything you need to know, in a nutshell:

Who? For mother with baby, or also solo
Where? Indoors or outdoors
How often?__Depending on your fitness level: start with 8-10 repetitions per side (alternating), followed by a short break; then do another 8-10 reps
__Info for the mother:
Concentrate on keeping your stomach and pelvic-floor muscles tightened during the exercise; keep your breathing even and calm

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The exercise

Starting position:

  • Stand behind the Croozer
  • Move the tip of your right foot to the side
  • One or both of your hands are resting on the handlebar
  • Keep your stomach and pelvic-floor muscles tight

The movement:

  • Step with your right foot back and to the left
  • Only the toes should touch the ground; keep your heel raised
  • Bend both knees and push your hips backward while descending into a lunge position
  • Straighten both legs and return your foot to the starting position
  • Do several repetitions, alternating sides

An important reminder:

  • Maintain the tension in your stomach and pelvic-floor muscles
  • Keep your back straight for the entire exercise
  • When doing the lunge: your front knee should be aligned with your foot and directly over your ankle, keeping your weight on the heel

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