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How to do a tuck-jump burpee

Burpees – synonymous with groans and sweat but once you realise the full body benefits you’ll be popping them out like nobody’s business! If you want to add an extra boost to your workout then try out the tuck-jump burpee demonstrated by Lauren below…

Tuck-jump burpee

Starting point – Standing with feet hip-width apart and core engaged

Tuck-jump burpee

Keeping the knees in line with the toes, bend at the knees and send the hips back to a squat position maintaining a straight back

Tuck-jump burpee

Drive the legs into the ground to jump straight up into the air with arms reaching to gain more height and momentum

Tuck-jump burpee

Land through starting position and continue to bend knees and hips controlling the decent

Tuck-jump burpee

Reach hands to the ground and jump both feet back into plank position

Tuck-jump burpee

Jump feet outside hands making sure to get your heels down (so you’re not on tip-toes) and keeping your hips low. Once this is completed lift the hands off the floor

Tuck-jump burpee

Jump the feet back to hip width position. Swing arms back to prepare for jump and gain momentum, ensuring that the back is straight

Tuck-jump burpee

Drive the legs to jump straight up first

Tuck-jump burpee

Pull your knees towards the chest for tuck position

Tuck-jump burpee

Straighten the legs to land, bending the knees and ensuring that they are traveling in the same direction as your toes. Flexing at the hip to descend into squat position, keeping the back straight.

Tuck-jump burpee

Return to starting position

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