The drill is a series of jumps that tests consistency,brazil butt lift schedule stamina and mental toughness. The goal is to hit the same mark as many times as you can. ¡°It¡¯s a really intense workout,¡± Taylor says. ¡°After the first minute, when it really hits you,you are just burnt out.¡±
The jump drill is part of a regimen that includes a lot of technical work, sprinting, and jumping. His warm-up lasts about 45 minutes (little bounds, accelerations, 60-75 meter sprints). Then he goes to the runway for light drills, standing long jumps, alternating bounds, little things to wake up the fast-twitch muscles. That¡¯s when he starts going into the different jump drills, like the one above. But he also adds medicine ball drills, as well as weights work.
It¡¯s that kind of power that he¡¯s used to propel himself to the top.
¡°I wouldn¡¯t call myself a competitor or an athlete if I wasn¡¯t trying to be the best,brazil butt lift workout schedule ever,¡± he says. ¡°I feel like I am flying, and I get so excited that I want to come back down and see where I am.¡±
The drill is simple, but exhausting. Taylor repeats a triple jump as many times as he can in two minutes. As soon as he hits the sand, he runs back to the starting mark and repeats, trying to hit the same mark each time. He performs two sets (with a 20-minute rest in between, just because it¡¯s so rough). In two minutes, he estimates he gets about 20 jumps in.
The other thing that will help him fly? A 2-minute drill that he likes to do with Will Claye,brazil butt lift results a former teammate of Taylor¡¯s at the University of Florida who will also be representing the U.S. in London.