- On October 17, 2017
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Have you struggled returning your athletes to peak performance levels after injury? Utilising plyometric training options in a ‘return to play’ or ‘return to performance’ program allows your athletes to reach more dynamic exposures through jump and landing platforms.
In this episode, Coach Wilmot starts at the ground level with an ankle-foot complex, to introduce the return from injury program. Lachlan discusses the importance of a strong dorsiflexion position, utilising the absorption from heel to toe in a series of low-level plyometric progressions.
Done miss episode 2 to learn everything you need to know about plyometric training! Tune in every Tuesday for more Plyometric Progression with Coach Wilmot.
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