Our phase one plyometric training isn’t actually plyometric training, it’s more learning how to land correctly training.
For each and every one of our plyometric exercises in phase one, we ask the athlete to ‘stick’ the landing in an athletic position in order to learn how to properly decelerate, which is huge for the prevention of potential ACL and other knee injuries.
By the way, if you are looking for more information on how we develop power with the athletes we work with, take a look at my Ultimate Power Development Program.
We cover plyometrics, med ball work and olympic lift, along with all our progressions!
You can grab a copy HERE!