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  Gym exercises on the plyobox, plyometric exercises for fast twitch muscle in Workout.  These three exercises are great way to increase mobility, whilst promoting muscle  explosive reaction speed.  We recommend that exercisers warm up before every session.  To view plyometric boxes click here   

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  Plyometrics exercise's with jump training not only makes you faster, but it also increases your strength which benefits your explosiveness. Helping you increase your fast twitch muscle fibres can benefit not only your speed but also strength and size. The goal is to use platforms or boxes of varying heights and jump using a variety of speeds so that you can work your body in a number of ways. This will promote both strength and muscular gains.  If you find the height too easy then you can increase the resistance by adding a weighted vest into the movement. Adding an...

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  This video provides a basic exercise information for Squat Jumps. Squat jumps are basic plyometric exercises. There are many plyometric exercises, fitness trainers terms;  known as the ability of stretching shortening cycle. You may spend a long time preparing your body, having great muscular strength, but the key is plyometrics power. The ability to react with procession and speed is critical for any sports athlete. Squat jump Exercise will increase explosive power whilst strengthening balance. 

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  Stretching entails movement of a body segment to a point of resistance in the ROM. At the moment of resistance, a force is utilised. This stretching programme can be done either actively or passively. An active stretch transpires when the person stretching provides the force of the stretch. Throughout the sitting toe touch, for example, the exerciser engages the abdominal muscles and hip flexors to flex the trunk forward to stretch the hamstrings and lower back. A passive stretch arises when a partner or stretching machine offers external force to elicit or heighten a stretch.   Static Stretch A...

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