This video is about plyometric lunges and jumps for power & height. When I was a kid all I wanted to do was jump heigh like all of basketball stars, gymnast and martial athletes that I would watch on TV. Once I began to get serious about training I started to add in 100 calf raises a night to build up strength in my legs for my height on my jump kicks. Once I began to get older I learned new power movements with weights and plyometric like box jumps to develop even more strength. I eventually got to the point to where I could jump a 39 inch vertical breaking my college football schools record and also being known as "Air Cannon" on the world sport karate circuit. Now that I don't play team sports like football I focus on keeping my leg power at an optimal level to be able to have great jumping kicks in competition and during practice. In this video you will learn 3 variations of lunges and plyometric jumps that you can start incorporating into your routine today to start building up the same power that it takes to generate an impressive jump.
- Do each individual exercise 10 times or for 30 seconds on each side.
- Complete the whole workout between 2-4 times for a killer workout.
By: Chad Cannon (Certified PT, B.S Exercise Science & World Champion Martial Artist)