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Jumping Onto Increasing Height Objects

Plyometrics involve quick and dynamic movements. Jumping onto increasing height objects is one example. Start by jumping onto one box and then quickly jump onto the next height. This can be done with one or two legs. It is recommended to start with the two legged squat and then move to the single leg bounds.

The exercise is made more difficult with different height boxes and holding medicine balls for added weight.