Many people practice jumping exercises on both legs, but most sports require power in a split stance or single leg stance (e.g. tennis, soccer, lacrosse, high jump). This is a deceptively challenging exercise to improve RFD on one leg. You want to try to extend the hips and knees fully at the top and rebound as quickly as possible. This movement will also challenge your single leg stability!
Hi, so I've noticed that most of the glute progress here is achieved through exercise and weight gain. Do you have any advice for apple body shapes (any weight we gain goes to our bellies)... thanks!