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89. Jumping Jack

The jumping jack is a classic exercise the world over, and is great for warming up. Jump and spread your legs to your side while simultaneously lifting the arms. As soon as you land spring back into the starting position.

90. Jumping Rope

OK, so technically you need a rope for this one, but it’s worth getting one because jumping rope is fantastic for warming-up, training your calves, and building your entire body.

91. Jump Squat

Start by doing a regular squat, but jump up explosively from the bottom position. When you land, lower your body back into the squat position to complete one rep.

92. Lateral Jump

You can simply jump side-to-side, or find something to jump over instead. Keep your feet together and lift your knees to your torso as you jump. Land as softly as possible.

93. Tuck Jump

Standing with your knees slightly bent, jump up as high as possible and bring your knees in toward your chest while extending the arms straight out. Land with the knees slightly bent and quickly repeat the movement!

94. Jumping Lunge

Jump into the air and alternate legs with each rep. Spring straight up into the air as high as possible and absorb the landing by sinking into a lunge position. Repeat.

95. Burpee

Everybody hates burpees, but that’s because they work so well. From a standing position, squat down and place your hands in front of you. Kick back your feet into a push-up position, and then quickly bring them forward to land in a squat position. Jump up so your feet leave the ground. That’s one rep.

96. Clapping Push-Up

Get into a normal push-up position and lower yourself to the ground. Once there, forcefully push-up to propel your upper body away from the ground. Clap in the air and catch your body in the push-up position. Try to make sure each rep is as explosive as the last.

97. Knee-Slap Push-Up

For this variation, you need enough strength and power in your upper body to get yourself airborne. Lower your body until your chest touches the ground and push explosively upward, bringing your entire body up into the air. Bend your knees forward and slap your hands against your knees. Quickly return your hands and feet to their original push-up position to land safely.

98. Jumping Skater Squat

This is an advanced movement that requires a great deal of hip stability, balance, and strength. You can either jump straight up from the bottom of a skater squat, or jump side-to-side.

 

99. Single-Leg Jump Squat

Balance on one leg and squat down into a pistol squat. From there, push up with enough force to launch yourself in to the air. Don’t forget to switch legs.

100. Flying Superman Push-Up

Set up for a regular push-up and lower yourself to the ground, but explode upwards and throw your hands out forward while lifting your legs off the ground, so that your body is completely airborne and parallel with the ground.

101. Aztec Push-Up

The 101 spot goes to a truly amazing variation of the push-up that requires insane amounts of strength and coordination. Explode away from the floor and touch your fingers to your toes in the air.