Plyometrics and distance running


Dan Cleather

Recent research suggests that training for explosive strength and power may improve distance running performance. In particular plyometric training has been shown to improve distance running performance. It has been suggested that improvements in distance running performance could be mediated through improved running economy or increased maximum speed capabilities.

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