Browsing: plyometrics and jumping

Look around and you’ll find lots of linear plyos, but lateral plyos get little love. Most commonly people do heiden variations for lateral plyo work. However, just as people can…

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The high school athlete is likely not to have ever jumped rope, hula hooped, or skipped by the time they reached freshman year. Often neophytes look like bulls in china…

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As I wind up the 2 hour mediacast for this weekend, necessary information such as hurdle spacing and approach speeds/distances become more and more vital. Often the physiological discussion of…

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