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Overhead Walking Lunge


Muscles Worked: Quads, Glutes, Hamstrings, Shoulders, Arms
How to:
1.  Begin standing with feet shoulder-width apart.  Hold a weight (plates work well) with both hands up above your head with a slight elbow bend.
2.  Keep your core engaged and standing upright, step forward to a long stance and lower your body by bending at the knees until your back knee nearly touches the floor.  Hold your arms in the same position the whole time.  
3.  Keep your weight on the heel of your front foot as you straighten your legs to stand back up.  Step forward with your rear foot back to the starting ​position.

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