Bosu Jump Turns, although I wouldn’t typically program this exercise into a program for everyday function, bosu jump turns can be beneficial to athletes like skiers and snowboarders who train on an unstable surface as your legs act as shock absorbers.
Watch the BOSU JUMP TURNS: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform BOSU JUMP TURNS:
1. If you’re not familiar with the bosu, start off with a warm up of up to a minute of small bounces on both feet to get comfortable. Ensure you’re contracting your core to maintain balance, keeping your knees aligned.
2. Next, you can move on to 90 degree bosu jump turns by bending your knees and jumping up into the air, rotating your body a ¼ turn, then stick the landing with a strong core and cushion the landing by bending your knees.
3. Once you’re stable, continue jump 90 degrees the opposite way to land back at the starting position.
4. That’s one rep.
5. Repeat for reps.
6. To progress, if you’re more advanced, follow the same steps but this time add in a 180 degree bosu jump turn, then eventually a 360 degree bosu jump turn.
7. Safety first. Don’t be a hero.
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