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Plyometrics That Work! - Cloze

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Plyometrics That Work! by DeStorm
Other good demonstration videos: How to increase your vertical part 1, How to increase your vertical part 2, Sprinting part 2,


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Plyometrics That Work!
What’s up you all (y’all)? A lot of y’all been asking me to do “ Part 3” and “How to increase your vertical part 4” or is it on part 3? part 3, I guess. Well, what I decided to do was to bring the cameras out to practice today because I’m going to be doing some plyometrics. will help you with your sprinting a lot and it will also help you with your vertical a lot. As we know, the best leapers, jumpers, and power coming from sprinters in the world comes from doing plyometrics. So, what I’m going to do is take y’all through a few basic plyometrics. We’re going to go through some simple plyometrics and then we’re going to move out with some more difficult plyometrics. Every time we’re doing a set, we’re doing of 12-15 of them. You don’t have to write in the comments “how many reps” and “how many times a week”. You can do it twice a week depending on how your body feels when you’re doing the plyometrics. So, let’s get started.
(knee-high jumps - make sure you drive knees as high as possible. Use your arms to assist the drive of the knees.)
(single leg knee drive - make sure as soon as you land you rebound - jump high with one leg forward and the other back)
(butt kicks - jump up and kick butt with heels if possible)
(squat drive - one knee on floor, jump up with the leg with the knee on the floor, kick knee up)
Make sure that every time you’re doing a plyo, no matter what it is that you’re doing, even if it’s left, left, right, left, or however which technique it is, you want to go and make sure you rip it through and get it back off the ground because you don’t want to crash. A lot of times don’t go up, especially high schoolers and college athletes, and they’ll go up and they’ll come down and crash and then they can’t come back off because they lost all the speed. You don’t want to lose your and your momentum, so you want to make sure that you just keep it going. Sorry for the sweat y’all but it’s hot as hell.
(Fast forward bounds - long jumps on one leg – do as fast as possible)
(Double leg bounds – make sure you jump leaning forward)
Ok, folks, the reason for the cones, and I know you’re wondering, like I’m doing some of the same (?) , but the reason for the cones, especially for my triple jumps and everyone who wants to jump a specific distance, you want to put the cones there to make sure that you’re going the same , but a lot of times you have a weak second phase. All my triple jumpers, you know what I mean, you come off your initiated phase and you go to your second phase and it’s really short, and then, you know, back in the day they used to call it a hop, step and a . And it’s really not, you really got to get three jumps in. So, you want to make sure each phase is the same distance, which is why I set the cones up so you can make sure each leg gets distance. So I want to show you some of the same drills I showed you in the beginning and once you master those, you come over to the cones with the same drills. Ok?
(Now, you’re jumping for distance)
(same on the single leg)
So, what you want to do is start lower and then go to higher impact. Don’t start off thinking you can do the stuff and then you tear your ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) and mess up your shins and ankles. If you have a coach or if you have someone who’s training you, please ask before you do those plyometrics. Those are really exercises to do, but they will help your jumping ability ridiculous. A lot of people have been asking what my vertical is and pixies (?) said that I had a 48 inch vertical. Also, I’m 6 feet tall if anybody’s going to ask my height. I will not be doing "Sprints part three". I will not be doing "Increasing your vertical part three". So, you don’t have to ask. You can just do them with the first two . You can actually search Youtube for some more tutorials or you can do these plyometrics. I’ll randomly be putting up exercise videos that work on different variations and parts of the body but for the most part that’s what it is y’all, so that’s it. So, if you’ll subscribe to the channel and if you have any questions, post them below. I’ll try to answer as many of them as I can. That’s it.