How To Do Jumping Jacks ???


Want to learn how to do Jumping Jacks ? Read on further for detailed workout instructions, notes, video and pro tips for learning proper form and train better for it.

 

WHAT IS JUMPING JACKS ?

Jumping  jacks are performed to work on quadriceps. This exercise is highly effective on your calves, glutes and hamstrings.

 

WHAT MUSCLES DOES JUMPING JACKS WORKOUT ?

Primary muscle: Quadriceps are primarily effected by performing this exercise.
Secondary muscle: With this exercise Calves, Glutes & Hamstrings are secondarily effected.

 

WHAT EQUIPMENT DOES JUMPING JACKS REQUIRE?

No equipment for this exercise.

 

HOW TO DO JUMPING JACKS ?

Performing the 5 steps below, you will be able to do this exercise properly:

1. Starting position: Stand straight with your feet together, arms fully extended by your sides.
2. Slightly bend your knees and push through the balls of your feet and then straighten and push your knees to jump up by spreading your legs and hip wide apart.
3. While performing this raise your hands up and out smoothly until your hands meet above your head.
4. Final position: While returning on the ground, bring your feet together and your hands again to your sides.
5. Repeat this without any pause for the desired amount of time.

 

IS THERE ANY TIP TO PERFORM JUMPING JACKS ?

Yes, slightly bend your arms as you raise them to engage your biceps and triceps and squeeze them during each rep. This is how you can increase the intensity.

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF PERFORMING JUMPING JACKS?

Jumping  jacks difficulty level ranges from Easy to Moderate.

 

WHO ALL CAN PERFORM JUMPING JACKS ?

Anyone can perform this exercise.

 

ARE THERE ANY OTHER RELATED EXERCISES WHICH BENEFIT THE SAME PRIMARY MUSCLES AS JUMPING JACKS DOES?

These are 5 other exercises that benefit the same primary muscles:
1. Barbell Squat
2. Burpees
3. Mountain Climbers
4. Barbell Step-up
5. Dumbbell Side Lunge

If these aren’t enough? Find out the other best bodybuilding exercises here.

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