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Knee Tuck Jump

Exercise Data

Type: Plyometrics
Main Muscle Worked: Hamstrings
Other Muscles: Abductors, Adductors, Calves, Glutes, Quadriceps
Equipment: Body Only
Mechanics Type: Compound
Level: Beginner
Sport: No
Force: Push
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Knee Tuck Jump Guide

Main Muscle: Hamstrings

  1. Begin in a comfortable standing position with your knees slightly bent. Hold your hands in front of you, palms down with your fingertips together at chest height. This will be your starting position.
  2. Rapidly dip down into a quarter squat and immediately explode upward. Drive the knees towards the chest, attempting to touch them to the palms of the hands.
  3. Jump as high as you can, raising your knees up, and then ensure a good land be re-extending your legs, absorbing impact through be allowing the knees to rebend.



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Review: Knee Tuck Jump

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Feb 28, 2014 3:47 PM: I like it. A nice alternative to box jumps:-)



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Dec 13, 2013 8:52 AM: Great



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Jul 30, 2013 11:26 AM: excellent exercise, i pair it in supersets day after legs day



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May 8, 2012 6:54 PM: Do them with some ab work and they'll be a nice complementary exercise



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