Lunge [noun]

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There’s a power component to every movement we make, whether that’s a ski turn, a quick jump over a felled tree, or a lunge for a distant climbing hold.

To increase the intensity, he suggests performing lunges or step-ups with weights or a backpack.

Trying to grab objects on the ground required an awkward lunge.

Even in the pre-recorded classes, I didn’t want to let him down by not pedaling at the right speed or phoning it in on my alternating lunges.

Other solid choices are bodyweight squats and lunges, single-leg deadlifts, pushups, forearm planks, and hollow holds.

You may be familiar with squats, lunges, overhead presses, bench presses, rows, and deadlifts, but you don’t need a gym to do these exercises.

From the movement behind him Marius guessed almost by instinct that Garnache had drawn back for a lunge.

Althotas eyed the speaker like a fencer watching his antagonist make a lunge which lays him open to defeat.

But this only exasperated the old man the more, and he made a lunge at the confidence man's throat.

It whipped around and made a lunge at Songbird's foot, but the youth was too nimble and leaped on the bed.