THE jump squat is a fun exercise, yet it is so powerful and good for sculpting your legs and shaping your glutes according to Be Fit With Kristen. Head over to wikiHow and check out a great demonstration on how to do these little buggers correctly and in different ways like standing on one foot (say what?). When I'm exercising at home I like to include these in my workout, along with mountain climbers, burpees, etc...it makes for a great and intense workout.
YOU could also incorporate these into your running routine. Run for 5-20 minutes then stop and perform 10 jump squats, follow that up with running another 5-20 minutes and perform 20 mountain climbers...keep repeating until you have reached your desired running time. This would be great to add into my interval training, come to think of it!
BLESSINGS and hugs to all who stopped by today. May your day be filled with rainbows and butterflies and some jump squats as well.
- Have you ever done a jump squat?
- Do you enjoy this type of exercise?
- Would you just rather watch someone else do it?
- Who wants to post a video of themselves doing jump squats?
Godspeed...this comes from the Middle English expression "God spede (you)", a wish for success and fortune for one setting out on an enterprise, voyage, adventure, or travels. It may also mean good luck.
"Limitations only exist if you let them"
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