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.
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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.
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Training occurred in both pre-season and in-season conditioning and included neuromuscular, plyometrics and proprioceptive exercises.
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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.