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Burpee Box-Jumps 101 Video Tutorial

Gym Main Variation Plyometrics

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Burpee Box-Jumps
Burpee Box-Jumps

Exercise Synopsis

Target Muscle Group

Quads

Secondary Targets

Execution

Compound

Force Type

Push

Required Equipment

Body Weight

Fitness Level

Intermediate

Alternatives

None

Timer

Hour

Minute

Second

Stopwatch

00:00:00:00

Overview

Burpee boxjumps are a plyometric exercise that combines a burpee with a box jump. They are a great way to build strength and explosive power in your quads, glutes, and hamstrings. To perform a burpee boxjump, start by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart. Then, drop down into a squat position and place your hands on the ground in front of you. Kick your legs back into a pushup position and then jump up, reaching your arms overhead. As you land, immediately jump up onto a box that is about kneehigh. Land softly with your knees slightly bent and then step down from the box. Repeat for the desired number of repetitions, Burpee boxjumps are a challenging exercise, but they are also very effective. They can help you to improve your overall fitness and make you a more explosive athlete.

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Variations

Variations of fitness exercises refer to different ways of performing a specific exercise or movement to target various muscle groups, intensities, or goals. These variations aim to challenge the body differently, prevent plateaus, and cater to individuals with varying fitness levels.

EQUIPMENT

Dumbbell

EXECUTION

Compound

FITNESS LEVEL

Intermediate

EQUIPMENT

Body Weight

EXECUTION

Compound

FITNESS LEVEL

Intermediate

Alternatives

Alternative exercises in fitness refer to different movements or activities that target similar muscle groups or serve the same training purpose as the primary exercise. These alternative exercises can be used as substitutes when the original exercise is unavailable or challenging to perform due to various reasons such as equipment limitations, injuries, or personal preferences.