The lateral tuck jump is a plyometric exercise to develop neural pathways for explosive lateral quick start sequence along the baseline, foot speed, body control & coordination.

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Before you start implementing plyometric exercises into your training program you may want to learn more about tennis plyometric training and how to develop neural pathways for maximum power for better results.

Lateral Tuck Jump Description

Lateral Tuck Jump

Athlete stands up straight and needs to:

  1. Place 2 agility rings on the ground two shoulder-widths apart and put a cone in between the 2 rings
  2. Place the outside foot inside the agility ring
  3. Position the feet under the shoulders
  4. Jump back and forth over the cone with both legs simultaneously while looking down at the feet; flex knees at hip level
  5. Outside foot lands inside the agility rings
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