Wooden Plyo Boxes Australia | Foam Plyometric Box | Gym Plus
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  • You can purchase a stackable foam jump box set for at-home use or a series of boxes for your fitness centre. Don’t let the name mislead you as your training options are endless. Create personalised full-body workouts that include any combination of squats, step-up exercises, pushups, jump training, obstacle course training, HITT training, CrossFit, gymnastics, and more.

    If you have a fitness centre, you’ll likely want to purchase an anti-slip plyo jump box set that contains boxes of different heights and dimensions. This empowers your clients to perform a wide range of exercises and increase the intensity of their workout as they progress. If you are working with kids, teaching acrobatics, or want to further expand your training options consider a stackable foam trapezoid vaulting box. All stackable boxes come with built-in fastening straps to ensure they stay put during training.

    To ensure hygiene, our foam boxes are made from moisture-resistant PVC cover. Speaking of safety, you will also want to strategically place tumbling and landing mats throughout your training area. Crash mats are ideal as intensity increases and you may want to place rollout large-scale mats throughout your training area. Traditional folding mats may also be part of the mix as they allow you to create a long practice strip.

    What are the benefits of doing plyometric training?

    Plyometric training has quite a few benefits include increasing your speed and power, helps to condition your body, improve endurance and burn calories. With a pylo box, you can do exercises from jumping squats to jumping push-ups, and adding some plyometric exercises to your daily fitness routine is a good way to start. These exercises push your muscles to the limit, and they especially work on quads, glutes, hamstrings, calves, core, and hip flexors.

    If your plan is to do exercises at home, the benefits of plyometric boxes are that they are portable, easy to set up, and do not take much space. Different sizes of polo boxes can be stacked when it comes to storage. And when you need to set up the boxes, the velcro straps are designed to make sure the boxes stay in place so as to avoid injury.

    How to do box jumps

    Box jumps are the key exercise that you should perform with a polo box. While there are so many different types of jump box exercises, you could start with basic ones such as step-up, glue bridge, incline push-ups, tricep dips, toe taps, step-up step-down. And then when you feel more comfortable you could gradually increase the difficulty and try exercises like box jumps, box squat to jump, single-leg glute bridge, elevated single leg squat and decline dynamic plank, a single leg box jump, and so on.

    If you are new to box jumps, it’s better to do some stretches, warm up your body and prepare yourself for the exercise. Always remember to choose a pylo box with a suitable height to start with. Boxes too low won’t help you achieve your goal, but boxes too high might cause injury. To protect your knees and to avoid injury, you should also use a soft landing on the whole foot and with your knees slightly bent.

    Need Your Boxes ASAP?

    Receive your jump box sets in 2 to 20 days depending on your distance from our shipping warehouses. Shipping is free! Need your order faster? Just schedule to pick up your plyo box at either our Melbourne or Perth warehouse!