Lacrosse Strength Training-Reverse Lunge

Pro Lax Training shares some important insight into strengthening your legs. Enjoy the video below.

Barbell Reverse Lunges from the Catch position with the Front Foot Elevated. Using the barbell allows you to load the exercise with more weight than holding dumbbells at your side as grip strength usually becomes the limiting factor. By holding the bar in the catch position it forces you to maintain perfect posture. Having the front foot elevated allows for a greater range of motion making the exercise more difficult. It also helps to create more of a stretch in your hip flexor in the rear leg thus helping to increase hip mobility at the same time as building single leg strength.

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