Broad to Vertical Jump
Classes by Dom Termansen • 1m 25s
The Broad to Vertical Jump incorporates what you’ve already learned and adds a level of difficulty. To start, load through a quick transition to a low squat and propel yourself up and forward in front of you. Then immediately into a jump for height, turning in mid-air to land facing the other direction. Repeat.
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The Semi Jump is characterised by a jump without the load phase. It may feel a little strange at first. The tempo is 0-3-1. At the bottom, pause for 3 seconds and then jump for 1 second, and all the way down into squat again. Make sure to always land softly with knees bent.
Get into position to fall into your Forward Lunge. Pause for 3 seconds in the lunge before exploding back up for 1. This movement is all about maintaining stability and control.
The Split Jump takes elements from movements you’ve already learned and adds twist for increased difficulty. Start in a split stance - right foot two feet in front of the left. From here, bend your knees and fall into a low hip position. Jump as high as you can from the lunge position and return ...