In part 3 we’ll focus on more advanced double leg jumping and progressions. These are the progressions I like to use after athletes have mastered the basics in part 1. Before moving on, here are the other installments in case you missed them:
Take a look at some of my favorites jumps.
Give some of these movements a shot and reply below in the comments with your thoughts. Next video will provide more advanced single leg jumping.
Jump through the roof,
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