Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do seated box jumps.
Seated Box Jumps are a great explosive exercise that ignites the nervous system for strength gains.
Watch the Seated Box Jumps: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform Seated Box Jumps:
1. Set up your box and seat a few feet apart from each other.
2. Sit down on the seat facing the box that you’re about to jump up on.
3. Plant your feet firmly into the ground, with your hands by your side, then raise them above your head, and back down, and as you explosively extend from the hips and jump up and forward, swing them back up.
4. Land on the box with two feet and cushion the impact by allowing your knees and hips to bend.
5. Step back down from the box and repeat.
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2 responses to “How To Do Seated Box Jumps | Exercise Video and Guide”
just bought LS42 but there’s no such box in the gym I’m going to.
1.) Any substitutional exercise I can do instead?
2.) Or can I somehow construct such a box in the gym?