Jumping Jacks Exercises that worked!!!
by Laura Homakka
I was struggling with weight loss for 7 years.. I did jumping jacks for 30 minutes 2 times a day for 2 months. And I instantly lost 29 lbs!! NO LIE! TRY
IT!!How to do jumping jacks exercise properly
One of the reasons why many people do not involve in physical exercise is that they do not know what to do, or they find some of the popular exercise routines complicated. On the other hand, not everybody wants to go jogging in parks, on the street. Many more do not have the money to invest in a good treadmill that they can use for general aerobic exercise.
One of the exercises options is a jumping jack that is easy to learn and can be performed by both men and women very easily, and it is a very popular exercise among school gyms. It is a good aerobic exercise and once the basic aspects are learned, it can be varied using different forms in order to get the perfect work out from it.
Moreover, the jumping jack can be used as an excellent warm up exercise before moving on to other exercises. It brings the heart rate to a good level and also makes the muscles prepared for more strenuous exercises.Performing jumping jacks the right way
- Start the exercise by standing with your feet together and your hands hanging loosely at your sides.
- Then jump while opening your legs, and landing the position with the open legs on the balls of your feet.
- While jumping and opening your legs, your hands also opened and lifted from your sides to meet over your head.
- Then you bring back your hands to rest on your sides while you jump again and bring back your legs to the starting position.
- At the end of the first jump when your feet are opened up, you don’t just land on the balls of your toes, but while you land, your knees are slightly bent to the inside so that you are not standing erect but in a
Benefits of the jumping jacks exercise
The jumping jacks exercise is a very important exercise that has stood the test of time and is a favorite among physical educators. It is an exercise
that has been shown to:
- improve balance in individuals of all ages
- improve the cardiovascular system
- The stamina improves and this is good for people of all ages
- It helps coordination and improves the ability of the nerves
- It leads to an improvement in the immune system just like most physical