Lunge Resistance Band Exercises
The lunge movement trains the legs unilaterally, and involves stepping in various directions (forwards, backwards, sideways, and crossing). Lunging, along with hinging, and squatting, make up the three foundational lower-body movements.
The fundamental of the lunge remain the same regardless of which direction you are lunging. Step in the direction of the lunge, then bend at both knees while keeping your torso upright and lowering your hips towards the floor.