Plyo 20 workout

Looking for a quick workout? Plyometrics is great for burning calories quickly and building strength. This workout takes 15-20 mins with the added minutes in between rounds, so depends how long you rest for. You may need to allow 30 minutes with warm up and stretch.

I usually throw in something like this on my sprint & interval days. Sometimes when time is restricted, this is enough on its own.

Plyometrics is a fast movement that happens over a short period. This style of training is ideal for athletes or people looking to improve muscular power, speed and strength. They also help facilitate weight loss and help tone and define your muscles; however, these exercises are not without risk. So be sure to seek medical advice first, especially if your new to this type of training. Ensure your familiar with correct techniques and landing etc to reduce risk of injury on joints and muscles.

If your new to exercise or plyometrics training I’d suggest starting with 30 secs of the exercise and 30 secs to 1 min rest. Always warm up and cool down, especially with plyometrics, ease into the workout and warm up with movements that your about to jump out. Allow your muscles to slowly stretch before ‘jumping’ right into it.

20 minutes, 1 minute each exercise with 30 sec rest in between.

Work through the burn, that’s where the magic happens!!


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