Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do PRISONER JUMP SQUAT.
The Prisoner Jump Squat is an excellent plyometric exercise that targets the muscles in your legs and rev up your heart rate. By placing your hands behind your head, it makes this jump squat variation even more challenging.
Watch the PRISONER JUMP SQUAT: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform PRISONER JUMP SQUAT:
1. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and your hands behind your head, with your chest up.
2. Lower your body into a squat by first bending at the hips, followed by the knees, until your thighs are close to parallel to the floor.
3. Press your heels into the floor, then explosively push your feet through the floor to straighten your legs and jump as high as you can.
4. Land with soft knees to cushion to your joints and immediately lower your body into another squat.
5. Repeat for reps.
Check out our The Lower Body Hurricane Tabata Workout video. Give it a try!
If not, click here to go download it now. This guide takes away all the confusion with your diet and workouts as it gives you the exact meal plan, video cooking lessons, and grocery lists you need to Live Lean without being a slave in the kitchen. It also includes a FREE 4-week Hot Body Workout program.
This is the type of premium content our inner circle members at TeamLiveLean.com receive every single month.
So many of you have already download the starter guide for free and are loving the results. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, do it here.
If you enjoyed today’s episode, make sure you subscribe to my Live Lean TV YouTube channel as we upload new episodes every Monday and Thursday.
I love you guys and keep Living Lean.
Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.
One response to “How To Do A PRISONER JUMP SQUAT | Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide”