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Those heavy-breathing, sweaty, heart-pumping moments in a workout are challenging, but they’re also so rewarding – there’s no denying how hard your body is working. Sprinter lunges always get me to that place.
“Sprinter lunges develop speed [and] power, build muscle mass, improve balance and coordination, strengthen the core, and correct imbalances within the body, while also improving metabolic conditioning (cardio),” Magnus Lygdback, EREPS-certified celebrity trainer to Gal Gadot and Mark Ruffalo, says.
According to Lygdback, this lunge variation targets the entire muscle system that manages your core, like your glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, calves, and intrinsic foot muscles. Your hips, knees, spine, ankles, and feet are getting worked, too.
But, don’t let this news excite you to the point of doing sprinter lunges daily. Lygdback says they should only be done once every 3-5 days (no more than 2-3 times a week), to