High knee jump squats

Exercise Details for High Knee Jump Squats

  • Primary Muscle
    Gluteus, Quads, Hamstrings
  • Secondary Muscle
  • Equipment
    Body weight
  • Level


Stand in your squat position, ie with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart and your toes pointing slightly outwards. The weight in the middle of the foot or a little behind the heel and neutral torso with light tension. Good posture in the upper body.


Press behind the hip and come down in a short approach. The knees are pushed outwards and the upper body is kept upright. Bounce in a controlled manner at the bottom and jump up while pulling your feet up below you. Land on soft knees.

Tips for High Knee Jump Squats

  • Maintain a great and stable posture throughout the exercise
  • Keep your back in a straight but slightly oblique position
  • Do not let the knees move inwards during the movement as it can cause injury

Download our App Mygreatness

You'll be able to track your workouts, nail your nutrition plan, stock up on supps, and get fit on the go.

Related Exercises