How to Four-Point Split Jump
Equipment: Minimal Equipment
Trainer: Ashley Steele
Start in the classic push-up position with your feet hip-width apart and the hands on the floor or an elevated platform.
Without moving your torso, perform a split hop, outwardly separating both legs approximately 4 to 6 inches, landing with your feet just outside of shoulder-width.
Reverse the movement by springing both legs back towards midline landing with your feet together. Maximize the cardiovascular benefits of this exercise by giving max effort for the specified amount of time or repetitions.
You can perform 4-Point Split Jumps on the floor as an alternative option. Be sure to maintain proper spinal alignment by keeping your chest up, back arch, and hips level— not allowing them to sag towards the floor.