Moai is a big bad guy in Tony Stark’s imagination. He can control all things through his madness except for the appearance of death itself. The only thing that seems to stand against him would be Kamar-Taj, the temple of the Ancient One or just straight up beating Moai to death with your bare hands. That’s where box jumps come into play! Box jumps are essentially jumping exercises done off an elevated surface like boxes, etc… The main reason why they’re so famous is because Ben Johnson did them in “The Last Boy Scout”. Just kidding, he was actually doing pullups at first, but found out how much it improved his static strength by adding box jumps so he could do pull ups without hurting himself… But seriously if you’ve seen this movie you know exactly what I’m talking about (he uses his bicep to knock down each box). However these days even guys like Arnold Schwarzenegger use them to improve their static shoulder strength. So let’s take a look at two ways to Box Jump!
How To Do A Box Jump: Slowly lower yourself down and explosively jump as high as you can overhead (no pause between feet touching floor and taking off) Hold everything together after landing (dig heels into ground for extra contraction) Repeat 3 times per side Switch sides 4 times Don’t forget to switch back & forth! Try mixing up speed/incline/distance on each work out day Increase intensity as necessary but don’t be too harsh
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