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plyometrics

(plī-ō-mĕt′rĭks)
An exercise technique that combines strength with speed to achieve maximum power in functional movements. This regimen combines eccentric training of muscles with concentric contraction.
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To achieve the plyometric exercise program, we used an elastic support attached to the sports belt of gymnast.
Also, the STG performed higher plyometric and sprint training volumes per session (p < 0.01) compared to RTG, who did not perform any plyometric and sprint training.
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Fusion of the traditional yoga moves with tribal dance and plyometrics claims to greatly benefit both physical and mental wellbeing, reported the Independent.
(3) Numerous studies cited in a meta-analysis have demonstrated that supplemental plyometric training results consistently in greater muscle peak force.
For those days when you require a real full-body workout, this combination will not only raise your heart rate and get you sweating, but also challenge plyometric (jumptraining) strength.
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Prevention for ACL injuries occurs through very specific training in repetitive jumping and balance exercises are known as plyometric exercises.
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His plan is also likely to include plyometric exercises for explosive bursts of pace and power - jumping, hopping and bounding can help with this.
Plyometric exercises are those performed with fast execution of powerful movements, which aid the activation of stretch-shortening cycle (SSC).