20 Min PLYOMETRIC HIIT WORKOUT At Home For Full Body Explosive Power

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This 20-minute Plyometrics HIIT workout at home involves jumping with maximum effort!

Plyometrics not only burns lots of calories in a short space of time but improves your endurance, strength, and overall athleticism… and helps make those burpees come more natural! πŸ˜‰

Incorporating jumps into training also recruits stabilizer muscles you maybe wouldn’t use often and thus strengthening areas that can help reduce the risk of injury in other movements such as sprints and balance work.

We simply perform the following exercises for 20 seconds, 20 seconds rest then the next in the pair. Another 20 seconds rest and we perform 3 sets of each pair before moving onto the next pair!

LUNGE TO KNEE DRIVE JUMP
LUNGE TO KNEE DRIVE JUMP

1/4 BURPEE
HAND TO FOOT REACH ALTERNATING

PLYO LATERAL PUSH-UPS
TUCK JUMPS

GLUTE BRIDGE ALTERNATING JUMPS
LYING TO SPRINTER TUCKS

WIDE TO NARROW PUSH UP JUMPS
CROSS OVER SQUAT JUMPS

It is all about explosiveness so pause a moment before really giving each jump your best effort!

I would not recommend this workout if you are new to exercise simply due to the impact or have any joint issues as the landing and impact could cause extra stress and strain.

Really focus on speed at parts of the jumps and control when lowering.

I hope you all smash this one!!πŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸΌ

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Disclaimer: If you are new to exercise or planning on embarking on a new fitness program, you should consult your physician. This video may offer health, fitness, or nutritional information and is meant for educational purposes only. This information is not meant as an alternative to seeking professional medical advice or suggested treatment. Please know that performing any exercise or program is solely at your own risk.

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