Build stronger legs with this killer front foot raised lunge to deficit variation! It's much harder than it looks!
How to Perform the Front Foot Raised Lunge To Deficit
Set up a step, unrack the bar, and stand on the step. This means that you are raised up and higher than the surface that you are lunging to. Take a big step back and reverse lunge, and lower as far as is comfortable.
You'll feel a massive stretch in the hip flexors as well as more activation in the glutes, whilst working the quad in the front leg harder. Every rep, drive back up hard to standing on the step.
See James from The Active Lifestyle performing it below.
Give it a try, you'll like the results!