Plyo Play

Burn fat & have some fun!

Plyo Play - Burn fat & have some fun!
Plyometrics don’t require equipment, burn fat, shock your body, build strength & endurance and tone you up. Given all these benefits, plyometrics can be one of the best forms of cardio, especially if you don’t have access to the gym or are time-crunched. Plyometrics can also be used between resistance sets to keep your heart rate elevated and add intensity to your normal routine.

This week’s cardio program is going to feature all plyometrics. For 30 minutes, you are going to do as much plyometrics as possible. Wait…whatttt?! 30 minutes of straight plyos? Am I crazy? No. Well…okay, maybe just a little. But it isn’t as bad as you think! You will shape this program to suit your abilities.

Here’s what I mean…select some plyometric movements you want to do, specify a number of reps and take rests as needed. You may take as many 30 second, 1 minute or 2 minute breaks as you need. But, no sitting or giving up!

Here are some of the plyometric movements I choose to do that you can select from:

Tuck jumps
Walking lunges
Jump squats
Jump lunges
Mountain climbers
Ice skaters
Single leg squats

Plyo Play - Burn fat & have some fun! Plyo Play - Burn fat & have some fun! Plyo Play - Burn fat & have some fun! Plyo Play - Burn fat & have some fun!

Switch up the exercises as often as you like throughout the 30 minutes. Have fun with this, and ask a friend to try it out with you! Set that timer, ready, set, go!

For an example of my PLYO PLAY, check out the short video below.

Jessica James is a IFBB Bikini Pro and Sponsored Athlete, as well as an online fitness coach and certified personal trainer. Growing up in a competitive cheer gym owned by her family, she has been instructing and providing guidance to athletes of all ages for 12 years. Email Jessica for general fitness counseling, food and workout plans.

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