- Full Body
- Leg power
- Abdominal power
- Hip power
The tuck jump performed on a trampoline develops power in the lower leg, thighs, and hips. The increased demand placed on the ankles, knees, and hips make this a more challenging exercise than the standard tuck jump. This exercise can be used for both power development and cardio-respiratory conditioning.
- Stand with your feet directly underneath you.
- Jump up as high as you can, keeping your arms out for balance.
- While in the air, quickly tuck your legs into your hips.
- Before landing quickly extend your legs down to absorb the landing.
- Keep your chest up and maintain good posture throughout.
- Not pulling the knees up
- Not keeping the feet under the hips