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    High Jump / Plyometrics Training: Box Rebounds 1

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  • #2
    So deceptibly simple looking........I bet no one around here can get ten "reps" on this. Plyos are a beeyotch! But effective. Thanks AdMan!
    "Life is about choices: tap, nap, or SNAP!" ~ Future UFC Lightweight Champion Marcus Hicks

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    • #3
      I bet I can LOL! I used to do the hell out of plyos back in college. They helped turn me into a speed demon!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by hossjob View Post
        I bet I can LOL! I used to do the hell out of plyos back in college. They helped turn me into a speed demon!
        Do tell..........
        "Life is about choices: tap, nap, or SNAP!" ~ Future UFC Lightweight Champion Marcus Hicks

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        • #5
          The whole story?
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          • #6
            Cliff notes
            "Life is about choices: tap, nap, or SNAP!" ~ Future UFC Lightweight Champion Marcus Hicks

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            • #7
              Well...in little league they said I couldn't pitch. Next 2 years I was the best pitcher in the league. Junior high said I couldn't hit. Broke school batting average record in high school. Frosh in college - said I was too slow (7.6 60-yard dash in winter/spring '99). Next year - I transferred and from May-August I lost .7 seconds on my 60 time. I tied the college record in triples my junior year and was a leadoff hitter.

              Plyo's helped me a lot. I would weight train MWF. I woudl run 20-min every morning. I would do plyo's/agility/speed work Tues/Thurs/Sat or Sun depending on my baseball games. They worked wonders, but then again, I worked them 3-4.5 hours a week. BUSTED MY ass! That is what got me hooked on working out!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ninja Loco View Post
                So deceptibly simple looking........I bet no one around here can get ten "reps" on this. Plyos are a beeyotch! But effective. Thanks AdMan!
                Why the hell would you want to get 10 reps? Dynamic Effort movements are ment to be performed for 1-3 reps with 1-2 mins b/t sets for 5-7 sets.

                The goal isnt to gas your self out.

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                • #9
                  when you burn yourself out the recovery period can be long and has the potential to impact on the next hard session...that is what i have found anyway.

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