DIY Plyo Box: How to Build a 3-in-1 Plyometric Box With Scrap Wood (100% Upcycled)

A DIY plyo box can be a useful tool for rows + pushup variations (elevating the legs), jump squats and mobility work

The trouble is, looking online, most plyo boxes are 100 quid or more, which I can’t justify. And most of the ones I’ve tried in gyms over the years haven’t felt as sturdy as I’d like.

So I decided that I’d like to have a go at making my own entirely out of scrap wood and a few basic tools.

I hope it’s useful, or at least mildly interesting.

I’m really happy with how it turned out – let me know if you have any questions or thoughts down in the comments! 

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Luke Jones

Luke Jones

Luke Jones is a Movement Coach, Wellness Enthusiast, Online Content Creator, and Founder of HERO Movement. Through articles, videos, courses, and online coaching, his big goal is to help people discover freedom of movement and create lives filled with well-being & adventure.

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