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…plyometric training: classical plyometric exercises, supplementary plyometric exercises and preparatory drills for plyometrics. Classical plyometric exercises are broken up into functional and non-functional. Functional activities are matched as closely as…Read More
…training. i.e. move Monday’s training up to Sunday and Tuesday’s training to Monday. Or, push Tuesday’s training to Wednesday in place of the active recovery work, then continue as scheduled…Read More
…in some form of strength training prior to the injury(5). While many opposed to youth strength training will cite injuries caused specifically during training sessions, many of those injuries have…Read More