How to Do
How to Do Stabilized Multiplanar Hop Alternate Leg
This exercise may be performed by healthy exercisers with excellent CORE stability, flexibility, and strength throughout the body.
Any muscle tightness or weakness must be addressed before attempting this exercise.
Be certain to perform this exercise as long as good form and balance are maintained throughout.
Keep good form and alignment on each landing. If any pain or discomfort occurs in the knees and/or ankles, discontinue this exercise.
To increase the intensity of this exercise, try upping the speed, jumping higher, and/or increasing the number of repetitions.
To make this exercise even more challenging, perform this exercise by hopping side-to-side or by rotating 180 degrees on each hop.
Beginning Stabilized Multiplanar Hop
1. Stand with both feet hip-width apart.
2. Suck in the tummy, drawing the navel towards the spine.
3. Keep the chest high, the shoulders rolled back, and hands on the hips.
Stabilized Multiplanar Hop Movement
1. Balance on the left leg. Hop forward and land on the right foot.
2. Balance here briefly for 2-4 seconds, and then jump back to land on the left foot. You will now be back in the starting position.
3. Balance briefly and repeat for the desired number of repetitions. Then perform this exercise starting on the right side.
Stabilized Multiplanar Hop Benefits
Hop with Stabilization-Sagittal Plane is an intermediate exercise that increases stability and balance in the CORE and throughout the lower body.
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