If you give American bobsledder Steve Langton two steps, he'll jump over your head. Watching him, it's like balloons are tied to his back. He effortlessly launches his six-foot-two, 230-pound frame skyward -- and seems to keep rising.

It's this explosiveness that also helps the bobsled pushman squat 560 pounds and run 100 meters in 10.5 seconds. But at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, Langton will use his power to propel his team's 400-pound sled down the starting track. His one goal: Do it faster than anyone else in the world so he can bring home the gold. (Build a better performing body and a sculpted core with The Toughest Exercise You Aren't Doing (but Should).

Men's Health experts recently visited the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, New York, to break down Langton's impressive power -- and witness him perform an insane box jump.

Check out the video below to see it with your own eyes.

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