Try "Forward Motion Squat Jumps" in lieu of standard Resistance Squats in a gym. The former is a more athletic exercise that involves the movement of 3-4 times one's body weight on take-off and landing.
A dynamic total body exercise, it is considered compound or multi-joint because it involves the coordination of two or more muscle groups simultaneously. It is also a plyometric exercise as it involves explosive and repeated contraction of muscles. I have had workouts that are entirely Squat Jump focused. Development: Aerobic, Anaerobic, ATP Capacities, Stretching, Stamina, Balance, Agility, Vertical Jump, Speed, Power.
When I think Squat Jumps, I think Central Nervous System development (CNS). One begins with a deep squat and follows with an explosive propulsion of the arms to assist in the vertical and forward jump. And that's how it's done!™ - ADUB© Check out our Facebook page at: on.fb.me/ADUBfitFB
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