How to start with Plyometrics
Plyometric exercises are usually geared toward highly trained athletes or people in peak physical condition. However, they can also be used by people wishing to improve their fitness.
If you’re brand new to plyometric training, then a 25-minute workout of a variety of exercises is an excellent start.
Here is a list of the most common plyometric exercises:
● Jump Squats
● Clap Push-Ups
● Box Jumps
● Speed Skaters
● Jumping Jacks
For best result complete each exercise for 30seconds followed by 30 seconds of rest
Complete all exercises then repeat (5 rounds)
Make sure you have the strength, flexibility, and mobility to perform these exercises, especially in your ankles, knees, and hips. Core, lower back, and leg strength are also important. Many plyometric exercises are full-body exercises. They help tone the body by engaging in lots of different muscles. It ’s important that you do the exercises properly in order to gain the benefits and prevent injury. Using correct alignment and form can help prevent strain and injury.
Consider working with an exercise professional when you’re starting out. This reduces the risk of injury and allows you to learn proper form and technique. Plyometric exercises can be challenging, but benefits are worth it.