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Plyometric programming

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Andrew Graham

Hi All

 

I was wondering if anyone has any good weblinks or advice on correct plyometric programming? (Coach if you could chime in here??)

what kind of exercises do you do for the upper body and lower body?

 

regards

 

 

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Blairbob

 Why not just look up Verkhovshansky's web site? There is a lot of translated material that is free to download.

 I'm pretty sure GB plyo's will be in one of the series that has yet to roll out.

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Alessandro Mainente

wait for movement series ;-)

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Andrew Long

We have been....... Any info as to when the not so recently delayed product will be available this time?

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Alessandro Mainente

Well for all the seminars partecipants some materials is available. 

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Jon Douglas

Yeah, that was really eye opening :) can't wait for next seminar!

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Emiliano Padovani

Well for all the seminars partecipants some materials is available. 

Well... not quite the same thing, right? :)

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Andrew Long

I would love to go to a seminar but alas I don't have a grand sitting around to be spent on a luxury. I think I will have finished foundation and ring series before I can afford that :( hopefully I don't get there and get told I did it all wrong and have to start again haha.

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José Ignacio Varela Suárez

This could be a good order during programming:
1. Anatomic adaptations: structural changes (connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, muscles, etc.) High Rep work, slow motion, etc.
2. Neural Strength: Intramuscular coordination. Low rep work with maximal intensity.
3. Explosive Strength: Best relationship between strength and velocity: It is useful to do it with slow eccentrics, high speed concentrics and submaximal intensity.
4. Plyometric Strength: Low Intensity Plyometrics: Countermovement Jumps, fast eccentric/concentric pushups, etc.
5. Plyometric Strength: High Intensity Plyometrics: Drop Jumps, consecutive jumps, clap push ups, box jump push ups, etc.

PD: That's the reason why I think that GB programs are doing it so good. Like alex say, I would focus on Foundation and I'll wait for movement series. Unless you are an professional athlete and have to compete!

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