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Single Leg High Level Tuck Jump

Single Leg High Level Tuck Jump

The Single Leg High Level Tuck Jump is a plyometric exercise for advanced athletes to develop neural pathways for explosive running, jumping, body control and coordination.

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.

Single Leg High Level Tuck Jump Description

Athlete stands up straight and needs to:

  1. Place 1 agility ring on the ground (flat surface)
  2. Step into agility ring with left leg; right leg is off the ground
  3. Start with the leg closest to the cone
  4. Jump up on 1 leg while looking down at the ground; flex knee above hip level (chest)
  5. Land inside the agility ring
  6. Switch leg and repeat

Single Leg High Level Tuck Jump Progressions

If you use additional weights, such as ankle weights:

Make sure you use appropriate weight so you can control the action throughout the entire range of motion. Otherwise you may defeat the purpose of the exercise.

Very often, people use too much resistance and they become sloppy. Especially when it comes to maintaining dynamic stability and landing in the same spots.

Also, don’t just progress with adding more weight. Instead don’t look towards the ground while jumping but keep your head up and look forward. All while maintaining perfect form.

If that’s still too easy then keep your head up and track and object while jumping.

Here are the progression levels:

  1. Beginner: look down
  2. Advanced: look forward
  3. Professional: look forward & track an object/person

Related Plyometric Exercises

Mid-Level Lateral Tuck Jump
Mid-Level Lateral Tuck Jump
Medicine Ball Explosive Pushup
Medicine Ball Explosive Pushup
Abductor Box Jump Rebounds – Single Leg Landing
Abductor Box Jump Rebounds – Single Leg Landing
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