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Plyometric Box

Training

Gym Equipment 101

Navigate the gym and maximize your workout with this list of key fitness equipment used in Core Performance workouts.

Training

Plyometrics: A Primer

Plyometrics can build power and teach your body to move more efficiently. Here's a guide.

Movements

Step-ups - Dumbbell

You will feel this movement stretching your hamstrings and challenging your glutes.

Movements

Lateral Vertical Hop - Noncountermovement to Stabilization on Box

This movement will work your your stability and vertical ability.

Movements

Medial Vertical Hop - NC to Stabilization on Box

This movement will work on your vertical ability and stability.

Movements

Box Blast - Non-Countermovement to Stabilize

This jumping movement will improve your vertical ability.

Movements

Box Blast - Continuous

This plyometric movement will help improve your vertical.

Movements

Linear Vertical Hop - Noncountermovement to Stabilization on Box

This movement will help improve your power on take off and your control on landing.

Movements

Linear Box Hop - Endurance

This movement will help improve your power on take off and your control on landing.

Movement

Q&A: Plyometric Boxes

How to tell how high you should be jumping in your explosive training sessions.