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Leg Burnout for Endurance

By Pedro Bernardes

Experience
Advanced (3+ years)
Time
65 minutes/day
Good for
Athletic Performance, Increase Stamina
Equipment
Bodyweight, Box, Other
Statistics
Average Cardio Intensity
50%
Average Exertion
50%
Description

In most sports movements are to be made as fast as possible, sometimes for long periods of time. 

To be able to do this you should work different types of strength and endurance but also use reactive methods also. To use this method you should have some experience in working out and/or have some skills because movements are to be made as fast and stronger as possible.

Reactive workouts follow some guidelines:

- It has to be made at the highest intensity (when you jump your objective should be to jump as high or further as you can).

- Contact with the floor (or surface/object where you do it) should be as fast as possible (transition time in the movement should be as less as possible).

- Total absence of fatigue (full recovery - this is very personal because it depends on your skill to do the movements, physical fitness and recovery ability).

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Depth Jump demonstrationPlay Depth Jump demonstration
3 sets, 12 reps, (rest 120s)
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Broad Jump demonstrationPlay Broad Jump demonstration
3 sets, 12 reps, (rest 120s)
With one leg at a time. No rest between.
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Ice Skater demonstrationPlay Ice Skater demonstration
3 sets, 12 reps, (rest 120s)
With one leg at a time. No rest between.
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Jump Rope: Basic Hop
3 sets, 60s, (rest 120s)
With one leg at a time. No rest between.
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Counter Movement Jump demonstrationPlay Counter Movement Jump demonstration
1 - 3 sets, 12 reps, (rest 120s)
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Date Created: 2/21/2019, UTC


Last Updated: 4/18/2021, UTC

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