Main Muscles worked
- Outer Thighs
Secondary muscles worked
- Hip flexors
How to do the Exercise
Step 1: Arms should be placed over the cables. Using both hands, grab each handles.
Step 2: Take one or two steps forward until the cables are taught.
Step 3: Lean the body forward creating a 70-degree angle with the floor.
Step 4: As you bend at the knees, prep your body into a squat position.
Step 5: Go back to a standing position by jumping as high as you can.
Step 6: When you reach back on the floor, make sure to land on both feet. This completes one repetition.
- Be intensive with your body movements.
- Maintain proper form even if you feel you’re getting weary performing the exercise.
The TRX Front Squat Jump is an alternative, a calisthenics, and a cardiovascular exercise targeting mainly the quads and and outer thighs. The abs, calves, glutes, groin, hamstrings, and hip flexors are also secondarily targeted.
The use of TRX Suspension is required in this exercise. Other variations that can be done together with this exercise are Iso-Explosive Bodyweight Squat and Squat Jump.