Jump Squat With Single Leg Landing

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Jump Squat With Single Leg Landing

The jump squat with single leg landing should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the jump squat with a single leg landing.

Beginning

Beginning Bodyweight Jump Squats

1. Stand tall and a little wider than shoulder-width apart with your feet.

2. Squat till your thighs are just above the level of your knees.

3. Lift your feet off the ground by propelling yourself upward.

4. Return to a squat position by landing with soft, bent knees.

Movement

Bodyweight Jump Squats Movement

1. Start up by standing tall with your back straight, shoulders back, and chest out.

2. From here you want to squat down and explode up in the air.

3. When you jump up in the air, your arms will shoot up directly above your head.

4. When you land, you will come down on only one leg.

5. Once you have landed, you can then put the other leg down and repeat the process.

6. Alternate legs that you land on.

Benefits

Bodyweight Jump Squats Benefits

Muscle and strength development.

Increasing cardiovascular and aerobic fitness.

Mobility and balance are being improved.

Toning your abs, legs, and buttocks.

Calories and fat are burned.

Circulation is improved.

Increasing athletic performance.

Exercise Aliases

Jumping Squats, Plyo Exercise, How To Do Plyometric Squats, Jump Squats.

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