Primary exercise to the Quadriceps, Glutes, Abductors (outer thighs), Adductors (inner thighs), and Hamstrings. This video aims for the MTNTOUGH Athlete to analyze their movement in the Lateral Lunge biomechanically. Video your Lateral Lunge from the front and side angles to ensure you have a properly Braced Core (360 degrees), Vertical Torso, Knee pushed out, and, most importantly, active feet (tripod). Best functional exercise for the Frontal and Transverse Planes of Movement because you go from two legs (bilateral movement) to a single leg (unilateral movement), and for the ability to increase your mobility. Take an exaggerated step to the left, ensure the entire foot is in contact with the surface, and then push with authority with the land foot (left) and switch to the opposite leg. Remember to retain a flat back and knee tracking in the middle of the foot for the push leg! Apply the appropriate exercise prescription to turn your weakness into strength if you find a deficiency.