STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Tucked Jump

The tucked jumps should begin with 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 tucked knee jump.

Beginning

Beginning Tucked Knee Jump

1. Stand in a comfortable upright position with knees slightly bent.

2. Keep your hand at your sides.

Movement

Tucked Knee Jump Movement

1. Dip into a quarter squat position.

2. From the quarter squat position, perform an explosive jump straight up.

3. As your body is moving up through the air, bring your knees up to the chest as close as possible.

4. Extend your legs on landing, being careful to ensure a good landing by leaving the knees slightly bent.

5. Bend your knees as far as needed to absorb the force from the landing.

6. Repeat.

Benefits

Tucked Knee Jump Benefits

A correct tucked knee jump can build your legs, core, glutes, and quads while also improving your upper and lower body. Because you'll be jumping, you'll be able to get some cardio in with this technique.

Exercise Aliases

How To Do Tuck Jumps, Knee Tuck Jumps, Plyo Jumps.

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