1. Place your feet a little wider than shoulder-width apart with your toes very slightly pointing outwards
2. Brace your core and inhale as you lower your body, bending at the knees. Be sure to keep your chest upright and your eyes forward
3. Once your knees hit a 90-degree angle, briefly pause before exhaling while explosively driving back upwards at a fast speed using your quadriceps and glutes. Immediately after your feet leave the ground, draw your knees upwards towards your chest.
4. As your body falls back towards the ground, extend your legs and cushion the impact by landing on balls of your feet with your knees slightly bent
The primary muscles used in Tuck Jumps are the Glutes and Quads. The secondary muscles used are the Abs, Calves and Hamstrings.