Here we are, the last exercise of the set. Let’s bring it home strong - Ski jumps.
So using either a broomstick, a pole, a skipping rope, anything to make a line on the ground, take up a squat position on one side. And then nice and strong, jump up and over. Make sure you land nice and soft into that squat position, and remember, the higher you jump the more calories it burns.
1. Use either a broomstick, a pole or a rope and place on the ground infront of you. Take up a squat position on one side, eyes forward with arms extended back towards your side.
2. Spring off your feet, raising your arms so they are parallel to the ground, landing on the opposite side of the obstacle.
3. When in mid-air, have your legs straight below and arms extended over your head.
4. Land softly on your feet and end in a squat position with your arms extended in front of your body.
Don't forget to follow these steps during your workout:
Step 1: Start off with a warm-up exercise routine.
Step 2: It’s time to do the 2 minute stretch routine.
Step 3: Jump in - it's time to do the exercise programme. Choose one of the four programmes.
Step 4: Now begin the cool-down routine.
Step 5: Time to finish with the stretch routine.
Step 6: Congratulations you just found your 30 minutes of activity today.
Last updated: 11 March, 2011