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Complete 250 jumping jacks without stopping while executing flawless form.
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An excellent physical challenge, which anyone of any age could work toward completing, would be the 250 jumping jack challenge. Successful completion of this challenge will require you to complete 250 jumping jacks in a row without stopping. While it may sound too challenging, there are tips you could follow to prepare for and successfully complete the challenge.
A key tip for training for the 250 jumping jack challenge would be to get into good cardiovascular shape. Completing 250 jumping jacks will require you to move quite quickly for a long period of time. Performing some high intensity exercises, such as doing wind sprints and fast jumping jack exercises, should help you condition your body for the challenge.
Since you will be jumping and moving your arms frequently for a few minutes without a break, you will want to ensure that your muscles are fit enough for the challenge as well. Be sure to complete some quick workouts where you focus on your legs, back, and shoulders. All of these are vital muscles for the 250 jumping jack challenge.
Once you are in shape to complete the challenge, you should follow a few tips to make the challenge a little bit easier on your body. One very important tip to follow would be to keep your muscles and joints loose. Be sure to focus on moving fluidly and not landing too abruptly on your body. This should allow you to prevent injury and over exhaustion.
Since the 250 jumping jack challenge can be a long one, you need to remember to take your time throughout the challenge. Be sure to remember to not over exert yourself during the early stages of the challenge as this could lead to you being worn out by the end of the challenge.
This workout is competing in 1 battle: Total Reps for the Push-Up.
Time: 1:28:23 Calories: 504 C Avg Temperature: 81.7 °F Avg HR: 107 bpm Max HR: 120 bpm