Queenax™ of the Week: Plyometric Power Workout

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Queenax™ of the Week: Plyometric Power Workout

Plyometric training can be beneficial for performance training as well as overall fitness. With this workout, you will experience a combination of high intensity plyometric movements that will boost power, strength, balance and overall agility. Modify your level of exertion to match your comfort level, but keep the intensity high with quick repetitions for the best results.

Equipment Needs

  • Queenax™
  • Plyometric Platform 
  • Mobile Parallels 
  • Wall Bars  

Workout Guidelines 

  •  20-30 minutes total time. 
  • There are three total phases for this workout: Warm-up, Workout and Cool Down.
  • Set-up three training stations with the equipment listed above and complete 2-3 rounds of the movements performed as supersets.  
  • If any of the tools listed above are not available to you, they can be replicated with similar fitness tools such as a traditional plyometric box, pull up bars, dip bars or the movements can even be performed using body weight alone. 

Workout Guidelines

  •  Complete 10-15 repetitions of the following body weight movements:
    • Single knee raises
    • Bodyweight squats
    • Forward and reverse arm circles 
    • Straight arm torso rotation
    • Alternating toe touches

Workout 

Superset 1: Wall Bars

Jumping Spider Squats

 

Step Hop to Monkey Bar Leap 

 

Superset 2: Mobile Parallels

Lumber Jacking 

 

Plyometric Push Up

 

Superset 3: Plyometric Platform 

Box Jumps 

 

Mountain Climbers 

 

 

Cool-Down Actively stretch the upper and lower body following your workout for optimal recovery. 

Author Information

Sarah Robertson
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Sarah Robertson is the Precor Marketing Education Coordinator. In addition, Sarah holds a Bachelor's degree in Sport Management, is a Certified Personal Trainer and Senior Fitness Specialist. 

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