Box Jump (Multiple Response)

The box jump is a plyometric exercise that strengthens the muscles of the lower body, including the quads, glutes, calves and hamstrings. They also develop power in the lower-body while revving the heart rate.


  1. Strengthens the legs
  2. Burns a ton of calories
  3. Improves power and explosiveness

Box Jump (Multiple Response) Images


Box Jump (Multiple Response) Instructions

Box Jump (Multiple Response) muscle diagram
  1. Assume a relaxed stance facing the box or platform approximately an arm's length away. Arms should be down at the sides and legs slightly bent.
  2. Using the arms to aid in the initial burst, jump upward and forward, landing with feet simultaneously on top of the box or platform.
  3. Immediately drop or jump back down to the original starting place; then repeat the sequence.