Single Leg Seated Jump

by Patrick

in Bodyweight Exercises,Plyometric Exercises

The single leg seated jump is great for developing the strength and power needed for a single-foot takeoff. If you’ve been looking for a way to increase your vertical jump off of one leg, then this is it. This exercise will also help improve your overall vertical leap.

To begin the single leg seated jump, find a chair or other object that allows you to sit with your legs at about a 90 degree angle. From the sitting position, jump up into the air as high as you can using only one leg. Repeat the exercise 10-15 times.

This can be a bit difficult at first, but it will come over time. The single leg seated jump is also helpful for developing the one leg squat.

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  • Nigel

    I’m a basketball player that double leg seated jump is really infective it has improve my ability to grab more rebound and defense I’m going to start on one leg and see the result.

  • admin

    Yeah it’s a good exercise. The one leg is tough but it will get the job done.


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