Plyometrics is pretty much jump training. Great for fat burning, building strength, and improving co-ordination, it’s ideal if you’re short on time. It’s much like a HIIT workout (see above) as it’s high intensity with recovery periods but it involves a lot of leaping, bounding and jumping. A word of warning though; avoid plyometrics if you’re heavily pregnant or have just given birth as it can put a lot of pressure on your pelvic floor, plus certain hormones, such as relaxing, make your joints a little less stable.
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Our top move: Broad Jumps
You’ll need some floor space for this. Start in a standing position, squat down and jump up and forward as far as you can, using your arms for momentum. Land on both feet. Every time you jump, try and beat your previous landing point.