3 Common Mistakes That You’re Making with Curtsy Lunges

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Curtsy Lunges is a popular exercise that can take your leg day to the next level, but performing them is easier said than done. A lot of people dread them so much that they perform them incorrectly, and here are three common mistakes you should avoid if you happen to be one of those people.

Chest Position

Glute activation is one of the most important accepts of this exercise, and you’ll struggle with it if your chest position is incorrect. It’s important that your chest stays upright and that you look straight ahead or your glutes won’t be properly activated.

Not Low Enough

Getting as low as possible while doing curtsy lunges is the most difficult part of this exercise, but it’s also the most crucial one. You won’t fully benefit from this move if you’re not lowering your thigh as close to the ground as possible.

Knee Position

Allowing your knee to fall too far over your toe line won’t only make this exercise ineffective – it will also expose you to potential injuries. Don’t let your knee fall too far forward, and make sure that your hips stay square with the rest of your body during a curtsy lunge.