Plyometric technical models: biomechanical principles


Richard Clarke with Jonathan Hughes, Rodrigo Aspe, Debby Sargent & Dr Peter Mundy

The aim of this article is to provide coaches and developing coaches with a resource for understanding the key biomechanical principles involved in effective plyometric exercise. At present, technical models have been published for different plyometric exercises in various resources, but this can create confusion and the impression that each exercise requires a unique understanding. In contrast, this article will explain the key technical principles that a coach should be considering when developing their mental model of plyometric exercise training.

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