[quote author="Andy Mack" date="1377126320"]>> mortac8
Thanks a lot.
I do plyos every other week on average. There are times when its not at all in the plan and other times where I do it once per week, and very rarely 2x per week
Would you suggest to do it more, like at least once per week and sometimes 2x per week, throughout the entire year? Or only in some phases. Thanks again.
I actually love plyos and would agree that I lack on this area. Hence, I am happy to do more.
I would do them at least once or twice per week. Progress up the intensity scale from bounding to jumps-in-place to box jumps to weighted jumps to depth jumps.[/quote]
Here is a selection of the typical plyos that I have already done:
* Boxjumps approx 1.20 m height: down from box then up to the next box, etc. (did that in winter)
* stair jumps, one leg / two legs / multiples steps in a row / two leg depth jumps downstairs (did that in winter)
* hurdle frog jumps approx 0.9 m hurdle height. 7 hurdles in a row (this is what we have done in spring)
* straight leg jumps over 0.3 m low hurdles. 7 hurdles in a row (this is what we have done in spring)
what would you recommend to keep / change / add as new exercises?