Plyometric Jump Box Exercises That Tone Butts & Thighs
Are you ready to “jump” into shape? These are some of the best plyometric jump box exercises for your butt and thighs to help tone, shape and mold them for the beach, shorts or even your skinny jeans. To help take it up a level, we’ve included a few options to also work your arms and core for a full body plyometric jump box workout you can do at home.
7 Plyometric Box Exercises to Tone Legs
Burpee Box Springs
- Facing the front of the box, start in a squat position with your hands on the floor in front of you.
- Kick your feet back into a push up position and lower your body to the floor.
- Return your feet back to the squat position, then stand up and jump up onto the box.
- Jump down and repeat.
Single Leg Springs
- Stand in front of the jump box and bend your knees slightly.
- Lift your right foot off the floor.
- Extend your arms behind your body and jump onto the box.
- Land on the box with your left foot.
- Step off the box and repeat the single leg spring with opposite leg.
Lateral Box Springs
- Place the plyometric jump box to your side.
- Stand on the box with your right leg. Keep your left foot on the floor.
- Squat and lift your left foot up onto the top while simultaneously placing your right foot on the floor on the other side of the box.
Front Box Springs
- Place the jump box in front of you.
- Get into a squat position and jump up to the top.
- Step down and repeat.
- To increase the difficulty, increase the box height or add more weight using ankle or wrist weights, or a weighted vest.
- Stand on the top.
- Jump off the box.
- Immediately jump up as high as you can.
Bonus – do a squat right after for additional thigh work.
Continual Squat Box Springs
- Begin from squat position and jump onto the plyometric box.
- Squat down on the box and then carefully jump back down and land back in a squat.
- Repeat without resting.
- Stand on top.
- Place one foot out and step off the box.
- Try to drop from the box and land in a squat on the floor.
These are some of the best plyometric jump box exercises for your butt, thighs and to help you tone, tighten and get into shape, enjoy!
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