When it comes to the training tips, Olympians do a lot of plyometric and body weight exercises. The Plyometric Workout Challenge implements both plyometric moves and body weight exercises. If you have a local track or a safe outdoor place to workout, that would be a great location to do this routine. All you will need is a lot of water, a 12” step, and either a workout partner or an interval timer. We recommend and use the GymBoss Interval Timer.
Here’s the breakdown:
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1. Perform each exercise in the circuit at full-intensity for a total of 20 seconds.
2. Rest, or move slowly, for 15 seconds before moving on to the next exercise.
3. Complete the circuit 4 times for a 18-minute high-intensity workout.
4. Complete the circuit on 4 non-consecutive days during the week.
Plyometric Workout Challenge:
To get the most from your workout and to avoid injuries, be sure to use the correct form for each exercise. Check out our video below to review the correct form for each exercise.
1. Star Jumps
2. Plank Jack
3. Lateral Hops
4. Plyometric Push-Up
5. Toe Taps
6. Plyometric Lunge
7. Box Jump
8. Knee Jump Tucks
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