Last reply 3 years ago
Has Anyone done Plyometrics?

Unlike typical strength training exercises that involve long, slow movements designed to increase muscular strength and mass, plyometric exercises involve quick, explosive movements designed to increase speed and power.
apparently the benefits of this aide your muscles tendons and nervous system.
Iv not tried it yet however one of the exercises is a burpee – which I have done before.

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