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Lateral Lunge - Goblet

The lateral lunge pattern is commonly used and can be loaded in multiple ways. Using the goblet pattern moves your centre of mass forwards and therefore increases the work into your thoracic extensors to maintain an upright, braced trunk. The intent of the movement is key to optimal execution, by absorbing your bodyweight in the lead leg and using that to drive from the bottom of the lunge you will ensure that you are getting the full benefits of the eccentric contraction which will better prepare you for lateral last movements when you require them

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