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Step or jump into the explosive world of plyo box training! 

Plyo boxes are not only used for box jumps, they can also help you sculpt your quads, hamstrings, glutes, and core through explosive exercises such as depth jumps, lateral hops, and box dips.

Training with plyo boxes and steps is an excellent way to enhance your workouts and achieve your fitness objectives, regardless of whether you are a seasoned athlete or just starting out.

Do you have questions about plyo boxes and steps? Let us help!


What exercises can you do with a plyo box?

You can do many exercises with a plyo box, catering to different fitness levels and targeting various muscle groups. 

Here are some ideas to get you started:

Lower Body:

  • Box jumps: The classic! Jump onto the box with both feet, focusing on explosive power and soft landings. 
  • Step-ups: Step onto the box with one leg, then bring the other leg up. Alternate legs and focus on good form with a straight back and engaged core.
  • Depth jumps: Stand on the box and jump down, landing softly and immediately jumping back up onto the box. 
  • Lateral box jumps: Jump from side to side over the box, working on agility and coordination.
  • Split squats: Place one foot behind the box and the other in front, then lower yourself into a squat position. 

Upper Body:

  • Box dips: Place your hands on the edge of the box and lower yourself down, keeping your elbows close to your body. 
  • Plyo push-ups: Start in a push-up position with your hands on the box. Lower yourself down, then explosively push your hands off the box to propel yourself into the air.
  • Pike push-ups: Place your hands on the box and your feet shoulder-width apart. Lower your chest towards the box, keeping your body in a straight line. 

Full Body:

  • Burpees with box jumps: Do a regular burpee, then add a jump onto the box at the end. 
  • Mountain climbers: Place your hands on the box and your feet in a plank position. Alternate bringing each knee towards your chest in a running motion.
  • Box plank variations: Try different plank variations on the box, such as high plank, low plank, side plank, or alternating leg plank. 

For more exercises you can perform on a plyo box, watch the video below: