I guessed it would have other stuff aswell, not just that site.klc123 wrote:I don't understand why you would want the PDF uploaded when the link provided is a word perfect version of it lol.
Its a good find though, ive found the website useful and im going to start doing some of those exercises.
Seriously, there is no better place for info on plyrometrics than this forum. Just look through the exercises section and you'll find loads of results.Juice wrote:OKay but do you know where i can find some good plyometrics exercises?
I'm guessing hear but for a press-up I'd say. 3 seconds to move down, 1 second hold at the bottem and push up for 2.scottS4 wrote:for stuff like bench press or rdl's?
The kick-bounce-kick-bounce is only effective for absoulute beginners. Once you can get 10 proper kick-ups in a row then you should just practice doing that.hieilukezz wrote:Thank you very much.
Does the only methods to get better in juggling is using the drop-bounce-kick only? Any other methods of yours?