Kickstart your spring season fat burning with jump training workouts. Now that the weather is warming up, change up your routine. It will make a huge difference in your fat loss results.
Some of you workout at the same slow pace all the time. Jump more when you exercise and you'll jump off more body fat ---guaranteed!
Have you been doing the same workout for 2 months, 6 months, 1 year or 3 years? If you're doing the same basic workout you've always done, you're probably not making any progress with fat loss or weight loss. You're frustrated but you can do something about your stalled progress!
One of the best ways to "wake up and change your body's composition" is to add intensity to your workouts with jumps. Sixty minute cardio sessions won't lean out your body but they will waste away your muscles (and your muscle tone).
Exercising at a fast or explosive pace (like jumping or sprinting) has been proven to shape and sculpt your body better because these types of exercises activate your bulkier, shapely fast twitch muscle fibers (think butt, hips, thighs, etc.).
Its pretty simple---jump off your body fat! Here are some workout tips:
1. Jump rope for at least 10 minutes every day (if your knees and back allow). A 10 minute jump rope warm-up before your workout always gets the job done. Actually, a 20-minute interval jump roping session is one of the best fat-burners and body-sculptors available. Try it for cardio at least once a week.
2. Do at least one workout a week that includes mainly jumping exercises. Squat jumps, tuck jumps, cone jumps, jumping jacks, jump rope and pike jumps are some examples. Full speed jumps will give you more fat loss and weight loss.
3. Include at least one jumping exercise in your regular workout routine.
4. If you need a change up from jumping, run sprint intervals. Sprints are also top fat-burners and body-sculptors.
You should perfect jumping and landing techniques or you will injure yourself. And, if you have knee and low back problems, high-speed jump training is not for you.Do no more than 2 jump training workouts a week.