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Plyometric training is great way to excel in your sport or to break plateaus in your fitness program. Research the exercises carefully before attempting, and make sure you take a day off from exercise after training. You will see why! Plyometric exercises are mostly used in sport specific training but can be performed by any experienced fitness enthusiast for these benefits. -Improved nervous system functioning -Maximum force, in as little time possible -Improves speed -Increases power -Increases strength -Raises heart rate quickly -Improves stamina -Improves muscle endurance -Improves sport performance (jump higher, throw farther, run faster... read full article

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Dee-Dee
Plyometric Training

...cool article, though I have to admit I didn't really know the term of Plyometric Exercises......but good to see what it relates to....thanks

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Plyometric preparing is awesome approach to exceed expectations in your game or to break levels in your work out regime. Investigate the activities deliberately before endeavoring, and ensure you take a day away from work from exercise subsequent to preparing. Essay Tiger

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Reactive training has several important benefits for seniors. First and foremost, reactive training enhances the rate of force production. This is defined as the ability of a muscle to exert maximal force in a minimal amount of time. Success in most functional activities (including trying to stop yourself from falling) depends on the speed at which muscles are activated. For example, if you start to stumble down a flight of stairs, you work quickly to stop yourself from falling using arms and legs to help stabilize you and prevent the fall. To prevent a trip and fall, an individual must have sufficient lower limb muscle power to get a stabilizing leg out fast enough to prevent the fall or reduce the effects of the fall.[2] However, the speed of contraction lessens as you get older, decreasing the firing time of muscles, reducing strength and limiting ability to prevent a dangerous fall.

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Sophia

I have never tried it at home, thank you for the suggestion.
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