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the-exercist: Linear Depth Jump You will need two boxes or benches spaced a few feet away from each other. Begin by standing on one box facing towards the other platform. To initiate the movement, gently drop down to the ground between your platforms, allowing the knees and hips to flex. Reverse the motion by exploding, extending through the hips, knees, and ankles to jump onto the other platform. Land softly, absorbing the impact through the legs. Looks intense and great for improving jump ...
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4. Depth Jumps Also known as a drop jump, the depth jump trains force development, speed and elasticity. Stand on top of a sturdy box or bench. Start with an eight- to 12-inch box and work up in height. Step off the box and as soon as your feet hit the ground, quickly and forcefully drive your arms up and jump up into the air. For a more advanced move, you can jump on top of another box to work on your vertical jump.