• WHY YOU SHOULD DO PLYOMETRIC TRAINING

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    1. Crisscross Squat: Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms by sides. Jump, crossing right leg in front of left, landing in that position for a brief second, then jumping to uncross legs and landing in a squat. That’s 1 rep. Without pausing, switch sides; repeat. Continue quickly alternating sides for 1 minute.
    2. Up-Down: Start on floor in plank on palms. Jump feet toward hands. Immediately jump feet back to start position. That’s 1 rep. Continue quickly for 1 minute.
    3. Side Lunge to Tuck Jump: Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms by sides. Turn toward right and step right leg forward, pivoting on left foot, to come into a long lunge with right knee bent and left leg straight and bent left arm forward and bent right arm back. Push off right foot to return to start position and quickly jump as high as you can, tucking knees in to chest. Land softly. That’s 1 rep. Switch sides; repeat. Continue quickly alternating sides for 1 minute.

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