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Improving Physical Ability

Evolving Coach: Planning Jumps and Plyometrics Exercises

Frameworks for coaching jumps and plyometrics effectively. Including them in your sessions benefits your participants by building strength and fitness

Jumps and plyometrics activities are commonly used as a method of training and are a key part of performance in many sports. As with all approaches to training, they can be used to target specific, desired outcomes.

The following key questions should be considered before adding them to the training programme. These questions can be split into three main themes:

  • What is the purpose of jumping and plyometrics?
  • How do I make decisions about how I best use them?
  • What do I need to look for to coach them effectively?

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