Lunge with Glide Disc

Our Fitness Director, Mike Locke works with Alexa to demonstrate how to do the Lunge with Glide Disc at home.

Equipment – Hand Towel, Plastic Plate or Glide Disc Slider to use on hands and feet

Diagonal Forward Lunge – Level 2

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and 1-foot on a disc. If you use the left foot you will lunge forward to 10 o’clock position whereas if you use the right foot you will lunge forward to the 2 o’clock position. Maintaining an upright posture diagonally slide the foot forward into a lunge position with the front thigh going to parallel with the knee behind the toes and the back leg bending to 90 degrees. Slide the foot back toward the starting position. Repeat on the opposite leg.

Backward Lunge – Level 2

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and 1-foot on a disc. While maintaining an upright posture, reach the disc leg backward lowering the body down toward the floor. Support leg thigh should be parallel to the floor and the knee should be behind the toes of the foot. Back knee bends to 90 degrees. Press the support leg while pulling the disc leg back underneath you to the standing position. Repeat motion on the other leg.

Curtsey Lunge – Level 3

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and 1-foot on a disc. Lower your body down as you circle the disc leg out, around, and behind the support leg. In the lower position, the thigh will be parallel to the floor with the knee behind the toes. Reverse the motion pressing through the support leg foot while circling the disc leg back around to the upright standing position.

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