- Primary muscles
- Secondary muscles
- Exercise description
- Male exercise for the city.
Medicine Ball Jumping Lunges
Assume a lunge stance position with one foot forward with the knee bent, and the rear knee nearly touching the ground. Hold a medicine ball with both hands near your chest. Ensure that the front knee is over the midline of the foot.
Extending through both legs, jump as high as possible.
As you jump as high as you can, switch the position of your legs, moving your front leg to the back and the rear leg to the front.
As you land, absorb the impact through the legs by adopting the lunge position and repeat the exercise according to the training plan alternating legs.