20-Minute Whole Body AMRAP Workout
Hi Everyone! Holy moly it's been a while since I last posted. If you read my big life update a few weeks ago, you'll know I was thinking about applying for graduate school to get my Master's in Public Health. Well, I decided to take the plunge! My applicatio
Building Plyometric Boxes (Plyo Boxes)
Building Plyometric Boxes (Plyo Boxes): Plyometric boxes are a fantastic workout tool and are common sight in Crossfit Gyms. They're quite expensive to purchase but much cheaper to make, and they aren't overly difficult to construct. At my gym we've got a number of different boxes, se…
Work Your Entire Body With THIS Killer Move From CrossFitter Amanda Douglas
"According to Douglas, this explosive move will raise your heart rate while forcing you to maintain power output. You gotta be able to catch air to make that jump! Get ready because this burpee + box jump combo will leave you with better toned arms, core, and legs."
Build. Your. Own. Box. We'll make this short and sweet because I never seem to be able to do anything that way. Plus you're probably tired of hearing me rant every other day. So here it is. A 20" x 24" x 30" box to do your box jumps for your at home WODs! Supplies 1 sheet 3/4" plywood Wood glue Nails or wood screws Hammer or drill Go to Home Depot and get your piece of plywood. Have the lumber man cut 2 pieces into 20"x30", 2 pieces into 22.5"x30", and 2 more pieces into 18.5"x22.5". Make…
6 Amazing Benefits Of Box Jump Workout
Since you aren’t using any gym equipment, you have to make the workout heart elevating and fat blasting. This is where hard core moves like box jumps come in. They are simple to do, very effective and promise to shape your body within weeks. You can challenge yourself and increase the numbers every single day! So looking forward to knowing what box jumps are and how to perform them? Then go ahead and give this post a read!
How Do I Increase My Vertical Jump? - Volleyball Workout Program - The Dig S2E3
Listen to the episode Plyometrics & Flexibility As discussed in the first “jump higher” episode, if you want to jump higher, you really should be jumping. Be sure to include plyometric exercises in your volleyball workout program. You also need to work on your flexibility because flexible muscles will jump higher, and they are less likely to get injured. Here are a few exercises to do if you’re serious about jumping higher, but don’t have access to a gym. Squats Jumping Squats (90 degrees…