- On October 24, 2017
- Greater Western Sydney Giants, Greater Western Sydney Giants, GWS Giants, GWS Giants, injury, injury, Jump training, Jump training, Lachlan Wilmot, Lachlan Wilmot, Plyometric Training, Plyometric Training, Plyometrics, Plyometrics, Return to Play, Return to Play, Smartjump, Smartjump, Smartspeed, Smartspeed, Sport Injury, Sport Injury, Sports Injury, Sports Injury
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 demonstrates the importance of absorbing force through the foot, knee and hip complexes before your athlete starts to generate force. Lachlan develops tall to short landing drills with Maddy and discusses how active body positioning can affect return to play performance.
Done miss episode 3 to learn everything you need to know about plyometric training! Tune in every Tuesday for more Plyometric Progression with Coach Wilmot.
We know how important it is to be a valuable member of the sporting community by sharing knowledge and bringing people together. Have an idea that we could explore? Let us know!
Missed last week’s episode of Plyometric Progression with Coach Wilmot?