This workout highlights the Jumpboard’s versatile ability to place a major emphasis on programming to improve the strength and stability of hip, knee and ankle joints in both supine and standing positions. Increased spring resistance is used to emphasize strengthening of the arms and shoulder girdle in upper body work and the legs in lower body work. The Jumpboard is used as a stable base or platform to focus on proper biomechanics of the entire lower kinetic chain, allowing the hip joint to be in a more anatomically neutral alignment when transferring forces from the soles of the feet up through the body. It also serves as a firm support when doing standing leg and torso work. Individual components of this workshop are ideal as a warm up before any sports activity, or as complete standalone workout. The biomechanics of plyometric activity will be discussed based on the concepts discussed previously.