Stride Jumps

The stride jumps are a good exercise for both your inner and outer thighs and also help work your heart and lungs. There an old school military style movement, that are still in use today, just like the dreaded push ups.

Start with your feet shoulder width apart, with your hands either by your sides, or bent at right angles.


Jump up a few inches, with the aim to take your feet out to the side, approximately 1 stride width.

You can at the same time, take your hands also out to the side, raising them to shoulder level or above, before returning them back to your side when you bring your feet together.

The exercise can be made harder by holding small weights in your hands whilst performing the exercise.

Stretch and Warm Up before you commence any exercise and aim to finish with some good stretching to let your body and mind recover.

Look in the Home Workout area for a great sample workout, if any of these exercises are too hard, then adjust them to your own needs.

Remember to record how many repetitions and sets you can perform, so that you will so how your getting fitter and stronger in all areas. Download your free PDF Record Sheet

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