The Broad Jump with Single Leg Landing is a ballistic exercise for advanced athletes to improve neural pathways for explosive running and jumping, body control and coordination.

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Broad Jump with Single Leg Landing Description

Broad Jump With Single Leg Landing

Broad Jump With Single Leg Landing

  1. Stand up straight and position the feet under the hips; arms remain close to the body
  2. Place 2 agility rings in front of the feet and step inside
  3. Flex hips while simultaneously swinging arms posteriorly (counter-move arm swing); look forward
  4. Jump forcefully forward; swing arms anteriorly and over the head; fully extend hips
  5. Land on one leg into a single-leg squat position; look down to the ground during landing; lean forward with upper body
  6. Place 1 agility ring on the ground at initial landing position
  7. Repeat and land inside agility ring
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