Plyometric routines are designed to build power, speed and balance, and improve body movement coordination and agility. But it’s important for me to note that if done incorrectly, these types of routines can lead to injury, so make sure that you are either supervised, or know exactly what you are doing. In terms of tonight’s exercise, it’s pretty straightforward and does not involve any extraneous movements.
Find yourself a resistance band or a rope and lay it in a straight line on the floor. With both feet joined, hop in zig zag movement across each side of the band going back and forth in a coordinated fashion. Start slow and once you build up comfort, begin to increase your speed while maintaining balance.
– 10 min non stop