|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on October 19, 2014 at 7:15 AM|
What it works: Quads, Shoulders, Triceps, Lower Back, Chest, Lower Abs, Front Hip Flexors, Calves, Glutes, Forearms and the Tendons that are your fingers.
Tips: When you're doing jump knee-tucks, make sure you land on the balls of the feet. This avoids unnecessary jarring of the spine and lower back due to vibrations travelling up from the impact and it also brings your calves into play and helps train them faster. Plant Plyos and Wall Dips are performed best if you can tense your lower abs. This allows you to utilise the strength of your lower body better, making it more responsive to the movement and, at the same time, you get to exercise your lower abs that bit more.
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Categories: HEALTH & EXERCISE