Oct 11, 2016
Fundamental Plyometrics with Resistance

By Dan Hutchison, MS, ATC, CSCS

Improving power in sport activities has been manipulated using various training tools, from traditional strength training, to contraptions and devices placing the individual in a position to be ‘resisted’ in his/her movement. Plyometrics have been implemented to complement traditional weight lifting practices by adding a ‘speed-strength’ component to human development. Bodyweight load has been consistently used across the spectrum of athletic enhancement programs to elicit this power for the improvement of running, jumping and throwing skills. As mentioned in the article, “Fundamental Plyometrics

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