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Double Leg Incline Bound - Video Clip

Jumps, bounds, hops, and their sub-variations (skips, leaps, and ricochets) are all ways to use the lower body (hips, legs, and feet) to maximize the ability to negotiate the ground powerfully and transfer forces efficiently and effectively in athletic applications. The Double Leg Incline Bound is performed on closed stairs, stadium steps, or a sloped hill because working up the incline reduces the impact of landing forces and places greater emphasis on extension and takeoff forces. All of the exercises in High-Powered Plyometrics, 2E help you go beyond basic conditioning and develop the explosive power that will give you an edge on the competition.