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What is the best plyometrics workout? Find out what plyometrics really are and what they are meant to do. The forum members have spoken.
By: Matt Biss
Strength and speed are both essential, but the real key to performance lies in combining the two. Learn the 7 principles of power.
By: Al Kavadlo, CSCS
Who says you can't build athletic legs with bodyweight training alone? Blast off into new strength, size, and power by adding a plyometric twist to your lunges and squats!
Leg day is so nice, you better do it twice! I go heavy on legs early in the week and then finish them off with this powerful plyometric workout.
Are you ready to sweat? In this video, Latona shows off her jumping skills and explains why plyos are a great booty-building addition to your regimen.
By: Obi Obadike
I've written more than 100 fitness articles that have been published all over the world. My goal is to help you get in the best shape possible!
By: Other Writer
Jen and friend Alex tear up the football field with a fat incinerating plyo routine including heismans, JNL jacks, burpees, and snatch and grabs. Whew! Continuing the creativity in the kitchen, Jen's got a scrumptious and decadent Nada Colada without all the extra sugar and calories.
By: Jay Cardiello
Recently I teamed up with Gerard Dente in order to develop a state-of-art strength, conditioning and nutrition plan for our troops. Here's the innovative training and supplement guide for those in the military! Learn more.
By: Jamie Eason
Perform 2 sets of the following exercises all in a row. Use a deck of cards, with the jokers still in the deck, and flip 3 each time. This can be a fun way to get through your Plyometrics! Try it.
By: Curtis Schultz
The following exercises are used for speed, agility and vertical jump improvements. They are essential for improvement on the football field. Try them out.
The med ball warm-ups below are sure to make training fun again. However, keep this in mind... this isn't a traditional warm-up routine! Learn more about what you can do...
Plyometrics is often referred to as 'jump training' and as a reflexive form of power training. This form of exercise can greatly enhance explosiveness in athletes. Learn more...
In this article we'll cover some new drills & ideas to get you to the top of the rim. You are sure to see some new drills that you will find useful at enhancing your athletic abilities.
By: Rudy Sleiman
I devised this plyometric training program for serious athletes who train hard and wish to improve their performance...
By: Les Archer
High powered plyometrics or high intensity plyometrics (HIP) are for the more advanced athletes.
By: Matt Wiggins
If ever there was a full body exercise, this has to be one. Burpees are a great cardio and endurance exercise.
After eight weeks of training on this program you will find that you will move better as a runner and as a gym fanatic your stronger lower leg will give you more balance with your standing weights training.
By: Kelly Baggett
It was said that Arizona State linebacker Adam Archuleta had no real shot at playing in the NFL. He hooked up with Jay Schroeder at Evo-Sport, who put him on a program incorporating lots of whole body plyometric type movements...
The ability of plyometrics to develop speed and power above and beyond traditional weight training is what makes this style of training a crucial variable in almost any successful sports conditioning program, from football to ping pong!
In part I of this ongoing series, Juan answers all of your questions about the benefits of plyometrics and how it can help you on the field! As a performance enhancement consultant, it has been my experience that plyometric training is one of the most requested forms of training by athletes.
By: Virtual Muscle
If you haven’t heard of plyometrics, they are a series of exercises that combine movements such as jumping, bounding, skipping, and throwing in a quick and repetitive manner. They have been used for many years in sport-specific training. Learn about it here!
For many years coaches and athletes have sought to improve power in order to enhance performance. Learn why and how it can help YOU!
By: Josh Henkin
Josh Henkin answers a visitor's question about plyometric training and exercises.
By: Ryan Bame
Plyometrics were developed in Eastern Europe for Olympic competitors. The words plyo and metrics are Latin for measurable increases.
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