single leg squat single leg squat



Stand in a clear area with soft flooring to absorb forces.

Start standing tall with your feet under your hips, arms bent and equal heights.

Note: Keep your head and eyes looking level the entire time.



Explosively dip your body into a mini-squat position, at the same time swinging both hands towards your behind.

Jump and reach your hands to the sky, extending your body to maximize hang time.

Landing the jump needs be soft and absorbing of force. Cushion your landing by keeping feet symmetrical and in the starting position as well as slowing your body down by lowering into a squat instead of stiff legged.

Once you feel your body land and gain control, begin to take off into the next jump squat repetition.

Repeat desired amount or until your body's form is hard to control.