Box jumps

Take your fitness routine to the next level with box jumps. Discover top ideas and tips to improve your athleticism and increase your vertical jump.

Find a box, bench, or flowerbed outside you can jump (or step up) on for this one. No other equipment required! Workout:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 5 Rounds of: 5 Burpees 10 Box Jumps (20″) 15 Push-ups 20 Squats 30 Alternating Lunges This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase something from these links, we could earn a small commission. This would be at no additional cost to you.​​​​​​​ Equipment Needed: Plyo Box– if you have one, or find something you can use to jump on…

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Stand six to eight inches back from a six-inch step (beginners can start with a lower step; work up to 14 inches). Get into an athletic stance with your knees slightly bent and your weight on the balls of your feet (a). Quickly jump onto the center of the step (b), then immediately jump back down to start, landing softly on the balls of your feet. Do as many reps as you can in 20 seconds, working your way up to one minute.

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Box jumps are one of my favorite exercises of all time, and for good reason: they’re incredibly efficient, easy to scale for different fitness levels, and will get you sweaty and gasping for breath in no time! To do one, you’ll need some type of plyometric box or sturdy raised surface. You’ll jump up onto the box, landing with both feet, then straightening your legs at the top position.

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If you’ve never attempted a box jump before, you might think it is an easy exercise. For lots of fitness beginners though, a plyometric box jump can be an intimidating exercise! Jump to: Why do box jumps? How to progress to box jumps How to do a plyometric box jump Tips for doing plyometric box jumps If it is an exercise you want to try or want to become better at doing, I’ve got a step-by-step guide to help you master this classic plyometric exercise. Why do box jumps? There are lots of…

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