Four Plyometric Exercises To Strengthen Legs

plyometric exercises to strengthen legs

The legs strength is very important to achieve fitness goals. The legs strength is used to practice any exercise such as deadlift and many other. If you want to strengthen your legs then plyometric work is beneficial for you. During plyometrics workout, you have to exert maximum force in minimum time. The each exercise under plyometrics workout can be performed quickly with maximum power and speed. The adequate amount of work per exercise is to practice 3 to 8 powerful reps for 3 to 6 sets.

Here polymetric exercises to build explosive and strong legs.

Front Box Jump

The front box jump is one the plyometric exercise. This exercise strengthens quadriceps and glute muscles. These muscles are essential for jumping. To practice this exercise, place a plyo box. Stand with shoulder width apart and come into squat position. Following this, jump on the box and then step down. Repeat this for better results.

Explosive Star Jump

The explosive star jump work on all the major muscles of the leg. This exercise works on the hamstrings, quadriceps, abductors, adductors and calves. To practice this exercise, come in the squat position and explode back up as high as possible. For better results extend your entire body by spreading legs and arms.

Frog Jump

The frog jump reduces stiffness and leg pain. It also strengthens your calves and glutes. Moreover, it also helps to melt unnecessary and stubborn fat from the different part of the body. To practice this exercise, stand with feet shoulder-width apart and toes slightly out. Following this, come in the squat position and touch the floor with hands. After this, push through heels and explode up. Immediately lower hands back down to the floor and repeat.

Ice Skater

Ice skater exercise is very beneficial for the legs. It strengthens the different muscles of the legs. To practice this exercise, stand in a curtsy lunge position, left a leg behind the right and left a hand on the floor. Then explode up, switching legs and hand while midair.

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