How To Do Resistance Band Lunge With Overhead Press

Chris Freytag demonstrating a resistance band lunge wearing a red top and blue workout pants.

Resistance Band Lunge With Overhead Press is an exercise that strengthens the legs, glutes and shoulders as well as engaging the core for stability. This full body exercise is a great way to multi-task your strength training. In this one, simple move you get multiple muscles worked as well as a cardio-respiratory benefit to boot. If you learn how to do the Resistance Band Lunge With Overhead Press you will accomplish several goals all in one move. Give it a try!

Resistance Bands are wonderful tools to have in your arsenal. Dumbbells and barbells are great training tools, but they allow for very specific, fixed exercises. One of the benefits of the band is the portability. You can take your workout wherever you go! But don’t let the lightness fool you. These bands can be challenging and you’ll feel the results of your work the next day! Another benefit in using the resistance band is the range of exercises that can be done. This resistance band lunge with overhead press gives an extra piece of resistance to the work in your legs and glutes as they press up against the resistance of the band. In addition, the shoulders get a surprising challenge that is different from the feeling you get when you push weights.

When performing the Resistance Band Lunge With Overhead Press remember to keep abs very tights and concentrate on good posture through your spine. In addition, keep your shoulders pulled down away from your ears – no scrunching! Remember that bands come in a variety of tensions based on the color you buy. You may need thicker, tighter band if the exercise isn’t challenging enough and a thicker band to make it harder.

Try this exercise and then check out our awesome workout 7 Resistance Band Moves To Tone the Whole Body.

Here are the steps to performing Resistance Band Stationary Lunge With Overhead Press:

1) Place right foot on the center of the band on the floor and hold handles next to shoulders.

2) Step your left foot behind you, keeping your heel off the ground.

3) Lower toward the ground, bending both knees to a 90 degree angle.

4) Slowly press back up as you push your arms straight overhead.

Repeat for desired number of reps and switch legs.

Targets: legs, glutes, shoulders

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