College Football Player Displays Amazing Hops With 5-Foot Box Jump (While Wearing A Weight Vest)
A box jump is a plyometric exercise performed by jumping from the ground to an elevated platform. This kind of workout looks really hard but it is effective to improve vertical leap, leg strength and a good fat burner through metabolic stimulation.
Recently, junior college football player Derrick Willies, a wide receiver who will be playing for the Texas Tech next season, posted a video clip of himself doing an insane box jump. Wearing a 10-pound weight vest, the 6 feet and 4 inch player leaps impressively to a 5 feet high box.