Exercises for Jumping Higher While Sitting Down

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Certain exercises for jumping higher can be completed even if you're just sitting down. Learn about exercises for jumping higher that you can do while sitting down with help from a celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister in this free video clip.

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Hey there. My name is Jay Jones, celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister, and today I'm going to demonstrate an exercise that you can do to help jump higher while still sitting down. Now we all want to maximize every hour of the day and that's a fantastic thing so what we want to do right now is show you an exercise that you can do to help build lower body strength and power while still sitting down. So you're watching TV, you're, you know, waiting on a meeting, or whatever the case may be, you're sitting down, this is what you can do to help jump higher. So what we want to do is we want to take our legs, spread them just about shoulder width apart, drive your knees, or make sure your knees are nice and straight down and drive your heels into the ground. So we're pushing up and down. Right here, pushing up and down. Very simply move, you're just rocking up on your front legs, driving your heels down, up and down. As we move and get more advanced we can start coming up in a pseudo squat. Up in a pseudo squat. What we're going is we're building fast twitch muscle power. So instead of a steady state squat where we go down and hold and then come up we're moving fast, almost like we're in that right in between jump right before we go to jump and leap straight up. Alright? That's a fantastic move that you can do while still sitting down. My name is Jay Jones, celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister and that is a great exercise that you can do to help your jumping power while sitting down.

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