Squat Jump Superset with Static Lunge (Fitness Tip Tuesday)

This is a great superset to add into your leg routine.

Squat Jump

squat jump


How To: Begin with both legs shoulder width apart, bend knees into a squat. Bring yourself up and jump to reach up as high as possible.

Muscles Used: Abs, Quads, Hamstrings, Glutes, Spinal Erectors.



*** Make sure you jump from the bottom and land softly on the balls of your feet.

Perform for 30 seconds, SUPERSET with Walking Lunges


What is a Superset? When you perform two or more exercises in a row, then a rest break.


Static Lunges

static lunge


How to: Stand with feet shoulder width apart. Step forward into a lunge. Keep your abs tight and your shoulders down and back. Step back up.

Muscles Used: Quads, Hamstring and Core Muscles




This lunge is a short lunge to put the emphasis on the glutes and quads. If you take a wider stance, it involves more of the hamstrings. If you are experiencing pain in your knee, simply take a wider step forward.


**** Make sure you are applying you weight through your front heel

Perform 15 reps on each side before switching.


Rest  for 60 secs after you have competed 15 reps on each side.

Repeat superset 3 times


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