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    plyo program

    anyone have a detailed ploymetric program where it is layed out for you to do. I was looking for something about 7 weeks in length. Really need to incorporate some but not sure how to. havent done them since our strength coaches dont do them and ive noticed a big difference as compared when we used to do them in high school ( and it was just variety of drills nothing organized or specfice)

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    Plyos and med-ball throws work well together and throws should be considered for upperbody plyos.

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    Hello,if u wanna plyos program see this site
    http://orgs.jmu.edu/strength/index.htm
    hope u'll get wat u want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcats9
    anyone have a detailed ploymetric program where it is layed out for you to do. I was looking for something about 7 weeks in length. Really need to incorporate some but not sure how to. havent done them since our strength coaches dont do them and ive noticed a big difference as compared when we used to do them in high school ( and it was just variety of drills nothing organized or specfice)

    dont worry plyos are not necessary just keep doing speed, throws and weights. sprinting is the best plyo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by houka
    Hello,if u wanna plyos program see this site
    http://orgs.jmu.edu/strength/index.htm
    hope u'll get wat u want.

    like the site bro.

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    dont do plyo's at all? for being such a CF addict it would seem you ignore his recommendation. I think it is a poor decision to count something out completely and plyos can serve as a means of breaking through a pleateau for either speed or strength when you have stagnated. As well, in the beginning phases, heavier volumes of plyo due to a lower work capacity for sprinting is a good idea to make up the difference. just another tool in the box, why throw it away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by numba56
    dont do plyo's at all? for being such a CF addict it would seem you ignore his recommendation. I think it is a poor decision to count something out completely and plyos can serve as a means of breaking through a pleateau for either speed or strength when you have stagnated. As well, in the beginning phases, heavier volumes of plyo due to a lower work capacity for sprinting is a good idea to make up the difference. just another tool in the box, why throw it away?
    There’s no need to do a specialization type plyo program, its ok to throw in a couple jumps etc but true plyo aka shock should be use very little. Now if u have no indoor track etc then hey use what u can - its better then nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by utfootball4
    dont worry plyos are not necessary just keep doing speed, throws and weights. sprinting is the best plyo.
    sprinting would be the best shock method if you were able to modulate the forces experienced but as you can not, they are not.

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