Plyometric or explosive jump training involves many different jumps, from the ground or from a height. The biomechanics involved are a rapid concentric movement of a specific muscle followed by a rapid eccentric movement, activating the muscles’ natural elastic recoil elements. This form of resistance training is especially helpful in producing a fast and strong muscle response. Often used by athletes to improve the flexibility and strength of certain muscle groups involved in a specific sport.

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