Add Weights To Your Jump Squat For Extra Resistance
This is a plyometric move than anyone can do, whether you're an athlete or not.
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Athletes love plyometric moves because they’re so effective—but even if you’re not an athlete, you can give your body this awesome conditioning workout.
Next time you do a jump squat, add a bit of resistance to it (dumbbells, backpack, water jug, etc.) and your body will thank you. Try doing 4 sets of 10-15 reps.
Want more from Heather Wilson-Phillips? Check out her YouTube channel for other exercises to try out. Wilson-Phillips is a TV host and producer; a fitness and lifestyle coach; and owner at The Fitness Empire & Fierce N’ Fit Workouts. Skechers provided her shorts and shoes for this video.