Knee Tuck Jumps

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Do you want to know what the knee tuck jump is good for?

If you are looking to develop a higher vertical jump and a faster sprint, then this is the exercise that you should be doing.

This workout is equipment-free plyometric exercise that focuses on improving your strength and explosive speed.

What great about this exercise is that it trains the body to engage maximum strength in the a minimal amount of time, by decreasing the amount of time to take for you to use 100% of your muscle fiber to be active.

The sports that this exercise is ideal for are  basketball, football, soccer, volleyball and many more.

So are you ready to give the knee tuck jump a try, follow the step by step instruction and watch the video to make sure you are doing it correctly.

How to do the Knee Tuck Jumps

1. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and jump straight up as hard as you can. 

2. As soon as your feet leave the ground pull your knees as high up as you can, then extend legs out quickly to land. 

3. Immediately jump again, repeating the motion for a set number of repetitions or a set time period.

If you looking for other tuck jump check out this site.

Are you looking for more cardio workout checkout my aerobics exercise page for some more exercises.

Below is a great 15 minutes Brutal Bodyweight Workout that will include Tuck Jumps

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