December 09, 2022 2 min read
Incorporating plyometric exercises into your training will help you become more well-balanced and help you build strength, speed, and agility, says certified personal fitness trainer and CEO of IndigobluestyleKeiana Armani.
A plyometric exercise uses explosive movements to build strength and to condition the muscles and heart. They are powerful aerobic exercises used to increase your speed, endurance, and strength. Plyometrics tone the entire body, burn calories, and improve cardiovascular health.
Burpee is a body-weight exercises that work multiple muscles including the abs, glutes, quads, delts, and hamstrings. It’s a bodyweight exercise that combines cardio and strength training to deliver a full-body workout. Burpee exercise help in burning a ton of calories, better cardiovascular fitness and muscular endurance.
Jump squats are a form of high-intensity exercise that targets the glutes, hamstrings, quads, and lower abs. Helps to improve upperand lower body strength, and burn calories faster than regular squats.
Box jump is a plyometric exercise that targets your lower body muscles, including the glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves. Help you burn a lot of calories through the explosive movements, also have better endurance, strength, and coordination.
Split jumps are a plyometric exercise that strengthen the glutes and leg muscles as well as provide cardiovascular benefits. Doing split jumps likely requires more energy than your regular daily activities which can help with losing weight and improves athletic performance.
It’s a plyo exercise that uses your bodyweight to work muscles throughout your entire body. Lateral jumps activate your quadriceps, calves, hamstrings, and glutes. Help increase your coordination and balance, heart rate and improve cardiovascular health.