How to Get the Most out of Plyometrics

CDSF coaches Mike Sirani and Dan Jones cover a common mistake athletes make with plyometric training.

Too often athletes and coaches place too much of a premium on how high the jump is and lose focus on their landing position. 

Two important components of improving performance and reducing lower body injury risk is developing stability and eccentric strength.

Before you worry a ton about force production it is important to demonstrate the ability to absorb and control force when decelerating. This is crucial for lower body injury prevention and maximizing performance.

✅ Master perfecting your landings first.

✅ Then focus on force production. 

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