Frog Jumps refers to a type of exercise that is intended to improve your jumping ability. Frog jumps are a plyometric exercise which means they help you become more explosive. They are also great for improving your cardiovascular health. They are fairly simple to do and you can do them at home or in a gym. Frog jumps will also help improve your coordination as well as make it easier for you to catch a ball because frog jumping works out the muscles required to catch a ball. Frog jumps shouldn’t be something you have to do every day for a long time because frog jumping will cause too much stress to your body and frog jumping can also become easy. frog jumps should only need to be done as a warm-up for an hour or as a conditioning exercise. frog jumping is not advised for those who suffer from knee problems.
Advantages And Disadvantages:
The advantages of frog jumps are that they improve your jumping ability, cardiovascular health, coordination, and lower body strength. Frog jumps are also a plyometric exercise which makes them more explosive than other exercises. The disadvantage of frog jumps is that they can be strenuous and may cause too much stress on the body if done excessively.
Frog jumps can also become easy over time and should only be performed as a warm-up or conditioning exercise. frog jumps are not advised for those who suffer from knee problems. Frog jumps increase your risk of injury if you do with bad form or too high.
Frog jumping requires a certain technique so it is advised to consult a professional before frog jumping. Frog Jumps can be performed anywhere as long as you have enough space for them and should only need to be done as a warm-up for an hour or as a conditioning exercise no less than twice a week.
Frog jumps should always be done first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. It can also get boring so frog jumps are not advised if you get bored easily. It is effective for both men and women but frog jumping may be too difficult for children to do. Frog jumping requires a lot of coordination which is why frog jumping is not recommended for beginners.
How To Do Frog Jumps:
Stand up straight with your arms by your side
Jump up as high as you can, when you land try to land on your toes like when trying to stand on tippy toes (heels should not touch the ground)
Repeat this frog jumping movement until you feel fatigued or have reached the desired number of frog jumps.
Keep track of how many frog jumps you do each session or each day. You can also measure yourself by recording frog jump height with a measuring tape. Use frog jumps as an intense warm-up for an hour or as a conditioning exercise no less than twice a week and always be aware of proper form and technique.