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Jumping Squats And High Knee Running | With @Kofpato's Daily Fitness Vlog #104
Kofpato's Daily Fitness Hello guy, hope everyone is great? In today's workout, let's take a look at how to perform the Jump Squat and high knees running. What is a Jump squat and high knees running: It is when you Stand straight up with your feet spread out and your shoulder-width apart while high knees running is when you stand at one place in a running position and perform a run with an arm swing without moving forward. Some benefits of jump squat and high knees running: It helps to condition the calves, glutes, hamstrings, and quadriceps and with high knee running it strengthens the hip flexors, quads and helps with faster and more efficient running. While high knees running is a great way to help with naturally longer stride for faster, more efficient running, fat burn, and can be used as a warm-up before workouts. How to perform the Jump Squat: In a standing position bend your body and knees down in the form of a sitting position and jump up explosively after lower your body back into the squat position and repeat again. How to perform a High Knee Run: In a standing position stand straight up and bring your knees as high as possible at a 90-degree angle from your thighs to your ankles. At a running position swing your arms back and forth. Note: Most of the workout are very tense and there could be a possibility of injury if it's not done the right way. Each workout should not be taken as a medical or health advice. You agree that the use of this information is at your own risk and hold BKFitness harmless from any and all claims or causes of action. THANKS FOR WATCHING
PHIL HEATH- Can’t Squat ? No Problem!
There are many people who, due to back problems or joints, can not make squats. Well, there is no problem, Phil Heath guarantees, there are always solutions. Phil Heath recommends to those who can not make squats, to perform the following exercises: Foot press. If there is a vertical foot press in the training room, use it because it is much better and puts less stress on the lumbar area. Extensions for quadriceps on the device Lunges Femoral flexes on the device. Moreover, Phil says that knee pain can also occur due to under-development of femoral muscles. He explains how people tend to train more muscles they see. Most people put more emphasis on quadriceps training, neglecting the femoral. This can lead in time to the occurrence of knee pain!
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