OZARK, Ala. (AP) — After strapping themselves into harnesses attached to bungee cords, a group of women prepared to sweat.
And they sweat. For 45 minutes, the So Fly Bungee Fitness class at Ozark followed a routine that involved everything from toe taps to jumping jacks to burpees. Harnessing the benefits of plyometric exercise — explosive jumps or movements — with a bungee cord not only provided a good cardio workout for the class, but participants didn’t pound their joints with every movement. Besides, they looked like they were having fun.
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