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Abductor Box Jump Rebounds – Single Leg Landing

Abductor Box Jump Rebounds – Single Leg Landing

The Abductor Box jump Rebounds with single leg landing is a plyometric exercise for professional athletes to develop neural pathways for explosive lateral change of direction, body control & coordination. In addition the abductor box jump rebounds can be used to improve reaction time and develop skill and speed foundation for complex movement. Before you...
Low-Level Abductor Box Jump Rebounds

Low-Level Abductor Box Jump Rebounds

The Low-Level Abductor Box Jump Rebounds is a plyometric exercise for beginners to develop neural pathways for explosive lateral agility, reaction time, body control and coordination. Before you start implementing plyometric exercises into your training program you may want to learn more about tennis plyometric training and how to develop neural pathways for maximum power...
Low-Level Single Leg Lateral Box Jump Rebounds

Low-Level Single Leg Lateral Box Jump Rebounds

The Single Leg Lateral Box Jump Rebounds is a plyometric exercise for professional athletes to develop neural pathways for explosive jumping, body control and coordination. Before you start implementing plyometric exercises into your training program you may want to learn more about tennis plyometric training and how to develop neural pathways for maximum power for...
Low-Level Lateral Box Jump Rebounds

Low-Level Lateral Box Jump Rebounds

The low-level lateral box jump rebounds is a plyometric exercise for beginners to develop neural pathways for explosive jumping, body control & coordination. In addition, the low-level lateral box jump rebounds can be used to improve skill and speed foundation for more complex movements. Before you start implementing plyometric exercises into your training program you...
Loaded Single Leg Low-Level Lateral Tuck Jump

Loaded Single Leg Low-Level Lateral Tuck Jump

The Loaded Single Leg Low-Level Lateral Tuck Jump is a ballistic exercise for advanced athletes to improve neural pathways for explosive sideways running and jumping, body control and coordination. Before you engage in ballistics you may want to take a look at Ballistic Training: How To Optimize Explosiveness for maximum results and a sample ballistic...
Loaded Mid-Level Tuck Jump

Loaded Mid-Level Tuck Jump

The Loaded Mid-Level Tuck Jump I is a calisthenic ballistic exercise for beginners to improve hip flexor speed, body control, coordination and foot speed-strength. Before you engage in ballistics you may want to take a look at Ballistic Training: How To Optimize Explosiveness for maximum results and a sample ballistic training workout for advanced athletes....