Turned out Jumps
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Please do this jump only after doing all the previous jumps in this series. It must be done in combination with the strength exercises to have maximum benefit.
Please commence this exercise only after doing hip openers, warming up your ankles, and doing some balance work with the standing and lifted leg turned out.
If your knees do not go out, and if you are unable to hold the standing leg straight when lifting the other leg, you must do more hip opening and hip flexor, exercises alongside gluteal strength, and balance work.
Please do not do the jumps if you experience knee pain.
You must be warmed up before doing any jumps.
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Make sure your arms do not go too far back.
Follow your arm and keep your gaze toward the wrist of the arm you are bending away from.
Make sure you keep your thighs pushing back while retaining Swastikam in your feet.
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