Rear Leg Elevated Lunge Pause Sequence

Rear Leg Elevated Lunge Pause Sequence

Three rear leg elevated lunge reps, pause on bottom for 30 seconds in parallel position and repeat a total of three times to complete the challenge. Drive up fat burning hormones, stimulate a vast cross section of muscle fibers and improve strength as well as stability with the Rear Leg Elevated Lunge Pause Sequence.

Rear Leg Elevated Lunge Pause Sequence

The number of reps and lengths of pauses can be adjusted based on the client needs. It is unlikely the thirty second pauses can be successfully completed on the first try which is perfectly normal. The key is to improve on a weekly basis with proper form and execution to earn the most benefits.

Gravitational challenges

Following the first pauses in parallel position complete three reps or whatever is listed in the personalized training program with perfect form. The rear leg elevated lunge reps will be extremely difficult following the pause due to the fatigue created and the lactic acid build up.

The burning in your leg muscles means fat burning hormones are surging

Lactic acid is a pre cursor for growth hormone release which is all naturally powerful fat burning blockbuster. Tremendous amounts of lactic acid will build up in the leg muscles during the sequence which is uncomfortable but perfectly normal. 100% MR and Muscle Synthesis powder sipped 30 minutes before, during and immediately after training sessions will prevent muscles from seizing up and battle discomfort so fat burning growth hormone levels can be maximized.

Minimize Soreness Warning

The rear geg elevated lunge pause sequence will cause tremendous soreness due to the challenging nature of the series and the total time length of each set reaching over 3 minutes when consider both legs.

100% MR and Muscle Synthesis Powder will help to minimize soreness by accelerating recovery of the muscles as well as the nervous system. Accelerating recovery allows the body to dedicate more resources to burning stored fat as fuel and repairing muscle. Otherwise overtraining syndrome will limit progress and increase the risk of fatigue related injury.*