Build explosion and get more athletic with plyometrics. STACK has some of the country's best athletes working through their training programs, showing you how to perform exercises that can help you jump higher and run faster. Read on to discover more about plyometrics and learn how they can help you perform better once the whistle blows.
Latest in Plyometrics
Are Bodybuilding Workouts Appropriate for Athletes? The short answer is no. There are, however parts of bodybuilding workouts that we, as athletes, can...
By: Matt Tanneberg
Norwegian sprinter Ezinne Okparaebo is busy training for the upcoming Olympics in Rio, and she is not joking around with plyometrics. Training for sho...
By: Maddy Lucier
Since female athletes are 3.5 times more susceptible to ACL injuries, their is a necessity for a plyometric program to reduce injury. A plyometric...
By: Keith Tesch
Before discussing the benefits of jump squats, we need to explore what the benefits of Olympic lifting and athletic development. Olympic lifting is a...
Do you ever wonder what allows Olympic track and field athletes to jump as high, and sprint as fast as they do? It's all about producing extremely high...
By: Joel Smith
Latest Videos in Plyometrics
Carli Lloyd, a midfielder for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, performs the Dumbbell Single-Leg RDL and Single-Leg Box Jump to develop lower body strength and power.
In this episode of STACK Fitness Weekly, Tony Gentilcore shows you how to perform Heidens, which he considers one of the best plyo exercises for baseball players.
In this episode of STACK Fitness Weekly, Mark Roozen shows you three plyometric exercises designed for football players.
In this episode of World-Class Workouts, Todd Durkin shows you how to increase lower-body power with plyo box drills.
In this episode of World-Class Workouts, Todd Durkin shows you how to perform the Bulgarian Lunge Hop.