Jeremy's Swissjump Workout

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By Jeremy Sonkins

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“Towel and water breaks are important!”

Jeremy is back with a Swissjump special. 40 Minutes of power cardio while engaging the core followed by a cool down and stretching phase! Jeremy is using extra strong bungees and the t-bar, but you can also do this training without the t-bar.

  • Duration: 48 mins
  • Bounces: 4881
  • Calories: 672
  • Level: 9


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Jeremy is back with a Swissjump special.

The bellicon used in this video is a bellicon Classic 44" with folding legs and X-strong bungees. You can take a look at this configuration here:

Another great workout from Jeremy. I did it without the T bar.

 I imagine you can get an even more intense cardio workout with the bar. 

Great workout!  I do not have a support bar on my Bellicon but I could easily do this workout anyway.  I knew that I could attempt this without the bar ONLY after I read through the member comments, searching for those that mentioned not using a bar.  Maybe you guys could add a filter so that those of us with original Bellicons could easily determine which workouts require a bar and which are  no bar or "bar optional".  Thank you!

Hi! Love Jeremy's videos! Unfortunately, one of my favorites  is no longer posted? It was a longer format - maybe 45-50 minutes and high cardio. Please bring it back. Thank you!

We worked multiple planes, had some weights, did some abs and, I felt,  had a SUPERB sustained cardio kick.  Wish there were a dozen more like this and longer, but until there are, this is going in my repeat file.  Good show!!

Very hard fast work out but too much
"take it out, take it in"
i was so bored I stopped half way through 

I did it complete, but I encountered the workout annoying. 

Excellent work out. I love it. I do it instead of my run training -  I get much more muscles involved and it is much safer bouncing in my garden than running in the streets of Mexico

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