How to do the reverse lunge stretch

Instructions for reverse lunge:

Starting from a kneeling position, extend your right foot forward in front of you so your right leg is straight and resting on your right heel.
Keep your back straight while gently folding forward over your right leg to further the stretch in your hamstring.
Rest your hands on the floor to maintain stability and balance.

What does reverse lunge help with?

Flexibility

What areas does reverse lunge exercise?

Hamstrings, Glutes, Hips, Lower Back, Calves

How is reverse lunge performed?

Floor

When should you avoid reverse lunge?

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