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Toe Jacks

MODERATE INTENSITY (2 minutes): Toe Jacks

Set 3

MODERATE INTENSITY (2 minutes): Toe Jacks

How to do it:

  • Start in a low crouched position, bend your knees and bring both hands to the floor, with your arms extended straight under your shoulders.

  • Jump both feet back behind you, landing in the top of a push up position, with both feet together.

  • Do a ‘toe jack’ by jumping your feet a little wider than hip width apart, and then back together, keeping your weight centered over your arms and your shoulders steady. Repeat as many times as you can for 2 minutes.

After you complete the first entire set:

You can repeat through the interval sets two or three times in total for a complete interval workout. Because this is high intensity training, you don’t need to go for longer than 30 minutes, and only need to do this type of cardio training 1-2 days per week (3 max if you are a well conditioned exerciser). Once you’ve completed the sets you want to do for your workout, be sure to continue moving, or cool down, by walking or marching in place until you are breathing normally again. (This is also a great time to do a couple of quick stretches to wrap things up).

Photo credit: Vanessa Rogers Photography

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