Thursday, August 20, 2009

Plyometric Exercises Improves Your Power

Plyometric exercises will help you improve your sports power. The training exercises should mimic the movements in your sport (mechanical, physiological and metabolic similarity).

Safety concerns during plyometric training are:

1. Proper footwear for the athlete
2. Proper training surfaces (hard surfaces should be avoided)
3. Program design and supervision by a fitness professional

Early training in plyometrics should focus on good technique and landing form. Speed of execution should start only after you have learned proper technique. Failure to follow this protocol will almost certainly lead to injuries. Here are some popular plyometric exercises:

Kneeling Two-Armed Chest Pass


Squat Jump


Two Armed Wall Pass


Broad(Long) Jump


Tuck Jumps


There are literally dozens of plyometric drills and exercises that can be tailored to your sport and position played. Bigger, faster and stronger! Every athlete wants this to happen. Don't rush the strength and power building process!

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Mark Dilworth, BA, PES
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2 comments:

  1. I'm for sure going to check this exercise out, I definitely want to improve my power. For those of you who maintain an active lifestyle, I work with a program called Chef's Diet and we produce low carb/high protein meals that are delivered daily to your door. It's a great way to balance out a workout routine. If you want to know more, visit http://www.mychefsdiet.com

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