Take a position standing on one leg with the other leg slightly bent and lifted upwards and backwards with hands relaxed alongside your body.
Push-up, squat on one leg and jump up!
Move from the standing position dynamically through a squat into a push-up with hands on the floor slightly wider than shoulder width. Then make a push-up and let your chest touch the floor. Having done the push-up, move the working leg with a jump towards your hands and then stand and jump up high on the one leg. After the jump, move smoothly to a squat again and after the squat to leaning on your hands and then jumping the leg back to get into the push-up position again and repeat the entire movement. Do the required number of repetitions and switch the working leg.
Mastering the separate squat and push-up techniques is important for correct reinforcement of the entire movement!
Keep your body core firm all the time and do not bend at waist and keep your pelvis in a neutral position.
One leg, the idle leg, remains in the air all the time.
Prior to starting this burpee exercise it is useful to first understand and learn the correct techniques for components of this complex exercise, in particular the squat and the push-up techniques!
To reduce the push-up resistance you can start with hands on an elevated platform to have an easier angle.