Front jump squats

Level: 1 2 3 4

Shin, Glutes, Hips

Starting position:

Standing facing away from the anchor point

Strap length:

Fully lengthened

Functional classification:



Feet hip-width apart, toes out to the side. Strap taut under arms, grip above waist level.
Step back shoulder-width apart, resting on your toes, body in a tilt;
Jump forward on straight legs, supported on your toes;
Do a jump backwards into a deep squat.
Keep your back straight, keep your heels to the floor, glutes below knee level.

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

Level 4 frontal squats on FISIO functional loops are performed with a forward jump.

This is a good functional exercise aimed at developing the quadriceps femoris, gluteal and calf muscles, and is performed from a deep squat position. The quadriceps femoral muscle dominates this exercise. During the jump and landing, the muscles of the lower leg and the gluteus maximus are actively working.

In addition, when leaning forward, the muscles of the trunk are actively involved in the work, which are designed to stabilize the body and keep the spine in a stable position. The task of this exercise is to create a powerful jumping impulse that allows you to increase the explosive strength of your legs, increase endurance and, as a result, improve your overall physical shape.