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Take a large step forward with your right leg. Slowly bend your knees until your right thigh is parallel with the floor.
Both knees should be bent at 90-degree angles and your right knee should not pass the front of your right foot.
Slowly lift your body up to the starting position, pushing through the heel of your right foot.
Repeat desired amount of reps on that same leg, then switch to other leg for same amount of reps
Do not allow your front knee to pass your toes.
Do not twist your body or lean forward. Your shoulders should be square and face forward.
Do not point your toes in or out. Your toes should point straight ahead.
Do not land on the toes of your front foot when stepping forward. Make sure your front foot is flat on the floor.
Much debate has been brewing about whether to lift weights first then do your cardio or vice versa... Well the results are in...
Lift weights first, Then do Cardio By performing your strength training before your cardio work, you'll burn more fat while doing Cardio. Recently numerous studies have found athletes who did the workout in this order burned twice as much fat as those who didn't lift weights at all.
Besides this finding It just makes more sense to lift when your energy levels are higher because of the increased demand on the body while lifting weights.
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