16 Two-way Bent Row
10/10 Seesaw Lunge
Doing a bent row correctly means that you are engaging your core and releasing your traps. Often times you’ll see someone rocking or twisting when doing a bent row and that’s not what you want. You also don’t want to shrug the weight ‘back’ which means it’s going ‘up’ instead. I find that switching the style of row, wide to narrow, helps remind you to drop the shoulder and steady through the core.
The same goes for working the entire leg. We all have a dominant approach to how we move. Some people are hip flexor dominant, some (most) quad dominant, Gluteus medius dominant, etc… One way to make sure you’re using as much of your legs and hips is to add non-conventional movement to your lunges.
Here you have a two-way row and a complex (seesaw) lunge. Stay focused or you’ll mess it all up! 😉