Exercise Guide, Glutes & Hip Flexors, Legs

How to Do Split Jump Squat Exercise Properly

How to do Split Jump Squat

Share this Gif On Your Site (Copy the code below)

This high-intensity exercise can help you get in the best shape of your life because it activates different muscle groups and boosts cardiovascular endurance.

Major Muscles Worked

  • Gluteal Muscles
  • Hamstrings
  • Quadriceps

Other Muscles Worked

  • Calves
  • Hip Flexors

Split Jump Squat Guide

  • Stand on a flat surface with feet hip-width apart. Keep your hands on your hips.
  • Quickly jump and get in the lunge position. Then jump again, this time, bring your rear foot forward and the front foot back.
  • Keep alternating this movement while keeping your torso upright.
  • Perform the exercise as fast and do as many reps as you can.

Trainer’s Tips

Control your motion as you bend your knees to avoid hitting the floor with the rear knee.

You can keep your hands in a runner position to have some good balance.

Keep your torso upright and avoid bending it forward and many people do.

In this article, you will discover how to perform split jump squats, which are one of the best high-intensity exercises you'll ever do. #split #jump #squat #exercise #focusfitness

Benefits of the Split Jump Squat Exercise

This exercise is a good cardiovascular exercise as it increases your heart rate.

It also burns a lot of calories because it engages various muscle groups and it’s a high-intensity exercise.

The exercise also has elements of increasing strength and toning of the legs and butt.

You can do this exercise anywhere without weights or any equipment.

[related_posts_by_tax posts_per_page="4"]