How To Do Seal Jacks Exercise

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How To Do Seal Jacks Exercise

How To Do Seal Jacks Exercise

Learn How To Do Seal Jacks Exercise With These Simple Steps

Learn how to do seal jacks exercise with this simple step by step guide and video demonstration.

Are you struggling with your seal jack exercise? Follow these simple steps to learn the most effective way of how to do a seal jack exercise and start feeling the benefits of the ranges of seal jack exercise variations.

The seal jacks exercise is very similar to a jumping jack exercise but with the main difference being that you jump and move your arms forward rather than out to the side. This helps with your lateral movement as well as improving your balance and fitness levels.

Benefits of Seal Jacks Exercise

A total body cardiovascular workout that really gets the heart pumping, no equipment is needed just enough space to be able to jump out.

Muscle Groups Worked:

Quadriceps, Pectoralis Major, Deltoids, gastrocenemius, soleus, latissimus dorsi, gluteus maximus, hamstrings, abductors, adductors.

How To Do seal jacks exercise

Seal Jack Variation

Take the jump out and just step the feet out to the side whilst bringing the arms in front of the chest to clap.

Step by Step Guide:

  1. Stand straight with the arms down by the side
  2. In one movement jump just high enough to spread the feet apart and clap the hands out in front of the chest
  3. Quickly return back to the starting position and that is 1 rep

Video Demonstration

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