Split Squat Jump

Calisthenics / Cardiovascular / Plyometrics / Intermediate

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  • 26 reps
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  • 64 reps
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Average Sitewide Split Squat Jump Reps

  • 28 reps
    average reps
  • 64 reps
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  • 10
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Average Male Split Squat Jump Reps

  • 27 reps
    average reps
  • 35 reps
    best reps
  • 7
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  • #25
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Average Female Split Squat Jump Reps

How to do the Split Squat Jump:

Muscles Worked

Calves secondary Glutes secondary Hamstrings secondary Quads primary Muscles diagram

Details

The split squat jump is a calisthenics, cardiovascular, and plyometrics exercise that primarily targets the quads and to a lesser degree also targets the calves, glutes and hamstrings ...more

The split squat jump is a calisthenics, cardiovascular, and plyometrics exercise that primarily targets the quads and to a lesser degree also targets the calves, glutes and hamstrings.

The only split squat jump equipment that you really need is the following: . There are however many different split squat jump variations that you can try out that may require different types of split squat jump equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper split squat jump form is easy with the step by step split squat jump instructions, split squat jump tips, and the instructional split squat jump technique video on this page. The split squat jump is a exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the split squat jump video, learn how to do the split squat jump, and then be sure and browse through the split squat jump workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Do not let your forward leg knee extend beyond your toes.
  2. Your landing position should resemble a lunge.

Variations

  1. Instead of jumping, step one foot forward into a lunge and then switch sides.
  2. When you jump, return to the starting position and repeat the same forward leg for an entire set before switching sides.

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

1 Review

  • warrsy
    over 5 years ago
    #

    Seems far more effective (certainly more difficult) with either dumbbells held at sides or, better still, a barbell overhead with straight arms.

Tips

  1. Do not let your forward leg knee extend beyond your toes.
  2. Your landing position should resemble a lunge.

Variations

  1. Instead of jumping, step one foot forward into a lunge and then switch sides.
  2. When you jump, return to the starting position and repeat the same forward leg for an entire set before switching sides.

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Compound