When it comes to High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), one of my favorite plyometric exercises I like to do is the Power Jump Workout. It’s explosive, engages the core, and demands a high output level to keep it going. Which makes it great for HIIT circuit training.
The power jump workout can be taxing. You’ll likely be sweating and breathing heavy within 20 seconds. It’s important to do it correctly though, or you could run into some impact issues with the knees. If you have knee trouble I wouldn’t recommend this workout.
TO DO THE POWER JUMP WORKOUT
STEP 1 – You start in a squat position.
STEP 2 – While there you’re going to swing your hands up as you jump to propel your body up in the air.
STEP 3 – While in the air and keeping your core tight you’re going to lift the knees up to meet your hands. Essentially going back into squat position in mid air.
STEP 4 – As you fall back down remember to keep it fluid and impact softly by keeping the momentum going. Never stop abruptly as you land or you can run into some knee issues.
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