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Plyometrics For Triathletes

  • By Mackenzie Lobby
  • Published Jul 26, 2013
Illustration by Oliver Baker.

Switch Lunge

Begin in the lunge position with one foot out in front and the other behind your body. Both knees should be bent at 90-degree angles. Make sure your front knee is directly over your front ankle and not pushed forward over your toes. Jump upward from the lunge position and switch legs in the air, landing in lunge position on the opposite side. Do 20–30 reps, totaling 10–15 on each side.

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