plyometrics


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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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(2015) Transference effect of vertical and horizontal plyometrics on sprint performance of high-level U-20 soccer players.
It is composed of a variety of different movements, including vinyasa-style yoga, tribal-inspired dancing, and plyometric exercises and is paired with pumping music.
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The decrease body plyometric drills are acceptable for many of sports.
1968), showing that a combined program of weightlifting and Plyometrics can significantly increase the power and strength.
| | 20 minutes of plyometric training followed by 45 minutes of possession-based hell.
This combination of yoga, pilates, plyometrics, and tribal dance that's a hit in America, shouldn't work, but it does.
Training occurred in both pre-season and in-season conditioning and included neuromuscular, plyometrics and proprioceptive exercises.
The Effect of a Plyometrics Program Intervention on Skating Speed in Junior HockeyPlayers.
Plyometrics is a thought-provoking work that presents the newest information on plyometrics, plyometric training techniques, and numerous applications.
By Dorene Internicola/New York Plyometrics, sometimes called jump training, is a form of exercise that fitness experts say combines cardio and strength training and can burn more calories in less time than the typical cardio activity alone.
It certainly saved mine." Jennifer credits Buti, a class that combines yoga, dance and plyometrics, for toning her incredible figure.