In this video Stephen Beseda talks about how to do properly to plyometric drills.
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Training with plyometrics can be the difference between being an average athlete or a great athlete. Some coaches tend to shy away from plyometrics as they assume the movements can be dangerous, hard to teach, and not worth the trouble. This is not the case. By not implementing plyos into your athlete’s routine, your athlete will never become nearly as explosive as he or she could.
Plyometrics work on hip explosiveness and leg drive, and can tremendously improve flexibility in the hamstrings and lower back. I am going to share a couple useful technique-oriented tips that you can use and share to make sure your athletes are performing plyometrics the correct way. Athletes of all levels can properly perform most plyos as long as you teach them correct form and the exercise is modified to their own ability level.
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