Low Squat Jump to Lunge Jump – Advanced Plyometrics

by Patrick

in Plyometric Exercises,Video

The low squat jump to lunge jump is an interesting exercise. It is actually quite simple because it is just a combination of low squat jumps and lunge jumps..as you probably guessed. This will really give you a good workout and greatly increase the strength of the upper portion of your legs.

To begin, get into a squat position with your thighs about parallel to the floor. From here, jump up as high as you can and land in a kneeling (lunge) position. Immediately jump back up into the air and land back in the low squat ankle position. As you can imagine, this will be pretty exhausting. You should try to aim for about 10 repetitions if you can. If not, just work up to it.

Each time you land in the lunge position, your legs should be alternating as they do with regular lunges. Also, use this exercise at the beginning of your workout when you’ll have the energy to perform it correctly. Quality over quantity.

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