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How many jump squats can you do in 1 minute?

How many jump squats can you do in 1 minute?

To take part, simply video yourself performing as many plyometric jump squats as you can in one minute. Take care to warm up first as this is a surprisingly tough challenge. Plyometric jumps are great for building explosive power in the legs, so almost every type of athlete can benefit from doing them: sprinters, footballers, rugby, hockey and basketball players, strength athletes and boxers. If you need strong legs and an explosive start, this is the challenge for you. Rules and advice: -...   more details

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  • 1
    stevie

    stevie

    Score: 490

    I'll do 45 next time!!

  • 2
    Vicky

    Vicky

    Score: 428

    I know - I should have jumped higher!

  • 3
    toshy888

    toshy888

    Score: 411

    was so great for the first 30 seconds when i did 30 than the lactic acid built up and i could onl...

  • 4 AndyWeaver

    AndyWeaver

    Score: 402

    Really need to do more squats. Went deeper later in video.

  • 5 Rocky

    Rocky

    Score: 372

    Agony!

  • 6 sorin01

    sorin01

    Score: 365

  • 7 Kevv

    Kevv

    Score: 363

    I'm happy with that

  • 8 Andy

    Andy

    Score: 350

    Ouch!

  • 9 Hilary

    Hilary

    Score: 349

    Have it

  • 10 Horseman

    Horseman

    Score: 334

  • 11 BigPhil

    BigPhil

    Score: 326

    I'm 67, take that into account :)

  • 12 TheBearMan

    TheBearMan

    Score: 302

  • 13 Simon

    Simon

    Score: 301

    Video to follow, if I can face doing it again :(

  • 14 Dinosaur

    Dinosaur

    Score: 287

    Unbelievable - did about 12 in the first 15 seconds, then only managed another 13 in the remainin...

  • 15 AlecB

    AlecB

    Score: 286

  • 16 MaskedAthlete

    MaskedAthlete

    Score: 273

    Why is that so hard?? I expected to do double that - booooo

  • 17 Gymboy30

    Gymboy30

    Score: 241

    I've not posted a video to save my shame! Can you believe one clown reckons they can do 120 of th...

  • 18 Worthster

    Worthster

    Score: 235

    I will be improving on this - did help I have just been on a 3 day stag do!!

  • 19 PersonTrainer

    PersonTrainer

    Score: 231

    I'm confident of getting 30-35 on the real filmed run - this was my trial

  • 20 AgentE

    AgentE

    Score: 210

  • 21 tomlitch

    tomlitch

    Score: 201

  • 22 kingdingle22

    kingdingle22

    Score: 121

    That's better... :P

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    stevie

    Score: 490

    I'll do 45 next time!!

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Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: increase strength

Challenge targets: legs

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

Here's what you need to do to take part:

To take part, simply video yourself performing as many plyometric jump squats as you can in one minute. Take care to warm up first as this is a surprisingly tough challenge.

Plyometric jumps are great for building explosive power in the legs, so almost every type of athlete can benefit from doing them: sprinters, footballers, rugby, hockey and basketball players, strength athletes and boxers. If you need strong legs and an explosive start, this is the challenge for you.

Rules and advice:
- you must post a video!
- don't just post an entry and expect to win - you need to get out there and persuade your friends to vote for you

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Note: if the challenge description doesn't include clear details of what to do to enter, please contact the person who created the challenge to ask them to improve the description, or report this challenge

Entry scores

E1: How many jumps?

E2: Vote for me

Challenge scores are calculated using:

Score= E1*10+E2