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Stackable soft Plyo Boxes - set of 3

Plyometrics exercises offer several benefits, especially for athletes and people looking to improve their power and agility.

Among the main benefits, we have increased muscle power, improved agility, development of neuromuscular coordination, movement efficiency, injury prevention and increased jumping ability.

This version created by Toorx for professional users is made up of three separate boxes that can be stacked in a column using practical Velcro on the sides.

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AHF-256

Stackable soft Plyo Boxes - set of 3

Plyometrics exercises offer several benefits, especially for athletes and people looking to improve their power and agility.

Among the main benefits, we have increased muscle power, improved agility, development of neuromuscular coordination, movement efficiency, injury prevention and increased jumping ability.

This version created by Toorx for professional users is made up of three separate boxes that can be stacked in a column using practical Velcro on the sides.

Each piece is made of expanded polyethylene, and covered in PVC with rounded edges, to prevent injuries. Each cover is equipped with a zip to facilitate cleaning or any repairs and two handles for transport.

The three pieces measure respectively: 90x73x30(h) - 90x73x45(h) - 90x73x60(h) for a total height of 135 cm.

Plyometric boxes, or Plyo Boxes, are increasingly popular in gyms, tools that allow a multitude of exercises such as:

1. Box Jumps: This is one of the most common plyometric exercises. Jump onto the plyo box with both feet, then quickly step down and repeat for a certain number of repetitions.

2. Step-Ups: Place one foot on the plyo box and push through the heel to stand up, bringing the other foot to follow. Slowly lower your starting foot and repeat, alternating legs.

3. One-Foot Box Jumps: Similar to box jumps, but performed with only one foot. This exercise increases the strength and balance of the single limb.

4. Box Squats: Start sitting on the plyo box with your feet on the ground. Quickly raise yourself into a squat position and then lower back down in a controlled manner. This exercise helps develop leg strength and improves squat technique.

5. Burpee Box Jumps: Perform a burpee (getting down on the ground in a plank position, doing a push-up, jumping feet forward, and jumping high with arms raised) and then jump onto the plyo box. This exercise is a great cardiovascular and resistance workout.

6. Decline Push-Ups: Place your hands on the plyo box, keeping your body in a plank position. Perform push-ups keeping your body in a straight line. This exercise increases the difficulty of traditional push-ups.

7. Lateral Box Jumps: Jump laterally on the plyo box from side to side, focusing on power and control of lateral movements.

8. Box Dips: Place your hands on the edge of the plyo box and slowly lower yourself until your elbows form a 90-degree angle, then push back up to the starting position. This exercise involves the triceps and other chest and shoulder muscles.

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Polyethylene
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PVC
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