Star Jump Exercise
Before you begin this exercise, make sure you have a flat, preferably padded surface to perform the exercise over. Begin in a relaxed stance with your feet shoulder width apart and hold your arms close to the body. To initiate the move, squat down halfway and explode back up as high as possible. Fully extend your entire body, spreading your legs and arms away from the body. As you land, bring your limbs back in and absorb your impact through the legs. Visit https://aimfit.com.au for more videos like this. #Starjumps #Starjumpexercise
Jump Star Exercise:
Stand on a flat surface, with your feet shoulder width apart. Bend your knees a little and keep your arms by your sides.
Begin bending your knees and getting into a squat position. Once there, jump up as high as you can.
While you jump, extend your legs and arms out to the sides and form a star shape with your body in midair. Your arms should be at a 45-degree angle with your torso.
On your descent from the jump, tuck your arms and legs towards your body, getting into the position you were before jumping. Ensure that you perform the jump at an easy pace. Don’t go too fast, or you might injure yourself. Try and land softly with your knees bent.
Begin squatting again and perform a second star jump, taking care that you follow the instructions above. This exercise is usually performed in quick succession, usually in 3-4 sets of 10-15 star jumps. Pulling your arms inward helps you prepare for the next jump.d, bring your limbs back in and absorb your impact through the legs.
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