This plyometric exercise improves stamina, strengthens the cardiovascular system, tightens the outer and inner thighs.
Stand straight, feet a little bit narrower than shoulder-width apart, arms at your side.
As you exhale, jump and bring your legs out to the side about shoulder width or slightly wider, while raising arms overhead.
As you inhale jump and return to the starting position.
When you jump, land on forefoot and keep your knees slightly bent.
Control your breathing, it should be calm and deep.
Jumping jack isn't recommended for people with overweight.