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High Jump Workout Plan
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High Jump Workout Plan

4 Weeks / 2 Days per Week / Intermediate
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High Jump Weight Training Workout

Exercise Sets/Distance Reps/Time Rest (min)
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
3 10 01:00
3 8 01:00
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3 10 01:00
3 10 01:00
3 10 01:00
3 10 01:00
3 10 01:00

Notes:

This weight training workout should be done twice a week and is rotated with the plyometric workout. That means for this High Jump workout plan you are working out a total of 4 times a week.

Along with this workout you should be working on your jumping technique and form as well as conditioning. A good way to work on your conditioning that will equate to jumping higher as well is running stairs or stadiums. Running stairs is a great way to build leg strength and improve conditioning at the same time.

High Jump Plyometric Workout

Exercise Sets/Distance Reps/Time Rest (min)
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 8 01:00
2 10 01:00
2 10 01:00
2 10 01:00
6 20 01:00
6 20 01:00

Notes:

Plyometrics is great for building your fast twitch muscles and improving your explosiveness. This workout will help to teach your muscles to go above and beyond what they are used to. Make sure that you are doing your plyometrics on a soft surface, such as grass, mats, or a rubber surface. If you do your plyometrics on a hard surface it could cause joint problems.

This plyometric workout should be done twice a week and is rotated with the weight training workout. That means for this High Jump workout plan you are working out a total of 4 times a week.

Along with this workout you should be working on your jumping technique and form as well as conditioning. A good way to work on your conditioning that will equate to jumping higher as well is running stairs or stadiums. Running stairs is a great way to build leg strength and improve conditioning at the same time.

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Workout 1

Muscles front back Calves blue Lowerback blue Glutes blue Hamstrings blue Hipflexors blue Traps blue Abs blue Middleback blue Shoulders blue Triceps blue Biceps blue Forearms blue Quads blue Lats blue Neck blue Quads orange Shoulders orange Chest orange Calves orange Hamstrings orange Abs orange Obliques orange
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