Lunge with Smashbell Front Lift
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
- Body straight and Smashbell extended over the head.
- Lunge forward bringing the arms also forward in front of the body at chest level.
- Bring the front leg back into the starting position. The arms are brought back above the head.
- The body is completely extended in the starting position. The Smashbell is held in both hands, the arms are stretched upwards. From the feet to the Smashbell, the body forms a line. The feet stay together.
- One leg takes an approximate 1.5m step forward into a lunge. The Smashbell is brought forward with extended arms in front of the body at chest level. The toes point forward and the heel of the back leg is slightly lifted. The knee should not be moved over the toes.
- The body is lifted from the front leg back into the starting position. The extended arms are brought back over the head so that they form a line with the rest of the body.
Keep the hips straight and parallel to the floor. Don’t let the arms over extend backwards. Do not push your knees outwards over the toes.
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