Leapfrogs

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I do 60 of 'em after jogging/sprinting as supplemental training for boxing. 15 up, 15 forward, and 15 to each side. Kickass and underrated, in my opinion. Anybody else here do 'em? 60? 120? 75,368?
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Will
 

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Slivovitz said:
I do 60 of 'em after jogging/sprinting as supplemental training for boxing. 15 up, 15 forward, and 15 to each side. Kickass and underrated, in my opinion. Anybody else here do 'em? 60? 120? 75,368?
Cheers,
Will
Try doing them in sand; less risk of injury on such a soft surface- and it's that much harder. Plus it'll help develop the muscle stabilizers in your legs.
Don't do it every day though, as plyometrics is tough on the legs.

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What are leapfrogs? Googled it but only got a buch of articles about the Navy Seals.
 

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Fragment said:
What are leapfrogs? Googled it but only got a buch of articles about the Navy Seals.
Frog leaps...the name speaks for itself!
It's a plyometrics exercise - shortly describes as jumping similar to that of a frog.
 

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Hell I do that with my grandkids all day! haha:D
 
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