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5 Powerful Plyometric Moves for Beginners
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Interesting, but jumps of any kind are not good for me since I am a very large chested person and all the support bras in the world would not keep the breasts in place.
Thank you.. Have to think about this one.
thanks. i saw TRX move of the week youtube on this with a trx
I have to agree with the comment to start slow and build up to a full routine. It is easy to get discouraged!
Love them! I slowly built up, due to an old knee injury and it really strengthened my leg muscles. I still do box jumps just because.
But yes, they aren’t for everyone. Not every exercise if for everyone :)
I do a small amount of Plyos like jump squats. Small bursts if energy but you sure do feel it like you put forth a long workout.
I recommend if you are able to do them.
Wish my knees could handle these power work outs :(
Thanks, but no thanks! I am a senior citizen and got tired from just reading this one. I will leave this one for my grandchildren.
Wish I could do this, but w/knee replacement, cannot. Thanks for the information, though.
These are powerful when you don't have weights.
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