SPRING INTO PLYOMETRICS WITH WEIGHTS! YOU ALWAYS GET A CHANCE TO START AGAIN with exercise and nutrition. Spring is a great time to reset. Don’t give up the things that are good for you and will improve your quality of life.

This video includes jumping movements that will condition and build your muscles while improving your cardiovascular health. Always be light on your feet and land softly with lots of control when performing plyometric exercises. Your core should be tight throughout the workout.

Warmup and stretch first. Start with light weights for your initial sets then add weight. Depending on the weight, adjust the pace of your workout. It should be challenging but stable with controlled movements. As always, exercises can easily be modified. If jumping doesn’t feel right then try incorporating a frog walk, front kicks or side lunges.

Perform 2-4 sets of 8-12 reps of each move with a challenging weight taking appropriate rests when needed. Hydrate throughout your workout. Cooldown and stretching should follow every workout.

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