Hamstrings

  • The reaching lunge is a variation of the lunge, that is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels. The reaching lunge targets the glutes and hamstrings more compared to a regular lunge.

  • A variant of the lunge with a more accelerative character, mimicking the muscle actions of acceleration during a sprint, is the walking lunge. The walking lunge is suitable for all exercises.

  • The one-arm overhead walking lunge is an intermediate lower body exercise. The overhead asymmetrical loading emphasizes the core.

  • The reaching side lunge is an intermediate level exercise, that targets the quads, the glutes, the hamstrings, the adductor muscles of the hip and the back extensor muscles. This exercise also develops adductor dynamic flexibility and promotes internal hip rotation.
     

  • The 3-spot reaching side lunge is an intermediate lower body exercise. This exercise loads the quads, the glutes, the hamstrings, the adductor muscles of the hip and the back extensor muscles. This exercise also develops adductor dynamic flexibility and promotes internal hip rotation.

  • The lunge & row is an advanced compound exercise. This exercise develops total body strength and power.

  • The hamstring combination is a functional exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. It is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The single-leg hamstring combination is a functional exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. Loading the body asymmetrically engages the core muscles even more. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The back extension is a beginner exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles.

  • The back extension is an intermediate lower body exercise. This exercise targets the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. Loading the body asymmetrically engages the core muscles even more.