- On October 31, 2017
- Concentric Power, Concentric Power, Greater Western Sydney Giants, Greater Western Sydney Giants, GWS Giants, GWS Giants, injury, injury, Injury Program, Injury Program, Jump training, Jump training, Lachlan Wilmot, Lachlan Wilmot, Muscle Absorption, Muscle Absorption, Plyometric Progression, Plyometric Progression, Plyometric Training, Plyometric Training, Return to Play, Return to Play, 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 concentric power output, or force production, as an addition to the improvement of absorption through active positioning. Lachlan discusses box jumping as a safe way to re-introduce concentric power to an athlete with minimal landing force. Altitude landings are demonstrated to further the training of absorbing force.
Don’t miss episode 4 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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