Working hard at strength training or yoga are both enormously advantageous to your fitness, but there’s another workout that maximizes results and is undeniably fun. Jumping and other exercises like plyometrics, jump rope, and parkour can bring major benefits — without adding much time to your workout schedule.

“The goal is to train at maximum effort for a short amount of time with explosive movements, giving you the most bang for your buck,” says Sloane Davis, certified nutritionist, personal trainer and founder of the blog Pancakes and Pushups. Not only does jumping benefit leg and core muscles, but you also boost endurance and torch calories, she adds.

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