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To Jump or Not To Jump


TheLee
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  1. 1. Is plyometrics good for training and in what stages?

    • Yes!
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    • No!
      1
    • Only in base training
      1
    • In season combined with sprints
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Plyometric exercises, essentially most of those exercises you did as a kid at football or rugby practice, will benefit you in some way. The exercises would assist in keeping a better balance between cycling and non-cycling muscles thus reducing injuries. Doing the right exercises would also help strengthen the core, glutes & hip flexors.

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  • 2 months later...

try doing something called the "deck squat" for even more painful legs in the morning finish off with an explosive jump.

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Only into the pool when there is water in it and provided the water is of a pleasant temperature.

 

Can you illustrate plyometrics with some pictures/diagrams please.

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try doing something called the "deck squat" for even more painful legs in the morning finish off with an explosive jump.

 

Is that the same as the willeaapdans?

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