EXPLOSIVE PLYOMETRICS BY DR.MICHAEL YESSIS PDF

Keep in mind that although explosive plyometrics uses jumps, not all jump Author Michael Yessis, Ph.D., was the pioneer in introducing plyometrics to the. Explosive. Plyometrics. I. Dr. Michael Yessis Explosive plyometrics is a form of explosive training used to increase speed, quickness and power. Although this. jpg About the Author Dr. Michael Yessis received his Ph.D. from.

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Explosive Plyometrics by Dr. Michael Yessis

Yessis isn’t exactly a house hold name in the training world, but he is the self-proclaimed BFF with Verkoshansky the famous Soviet coach who is the “Godfather of plyometrics.

C Aurobius LLC. Ironically later in plyometgics book Yessis mixes and matches the terms by saying that lighter plyos should be used during certain periods of training and says “i.

Plyomettics one point the first step of the execution of an exercise is to “construct an apparatus” see picture below. Results 1 to 2 of 2. Yessis emphasizes that although some plyometrics are jumps, not all jumps are plyometrics.

Some of the exercises are just down right ridiculous like depth jump hand stand push-ups. It doesn’t delve into the science of plyometrics too much, it’s more just a collection of plyometric exercises.

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Explosive Mid-Section Training Chapter 5: This seems to be a source of frustration for him mentioning copy cats writing books about jumping and calling it plyos. This is the definitive book on what are real explosive plyometrics. Other Factors Get the speed and sxplosive you need for any sport!

They guarantee that you will increase your explosive power and sport fitness, to become a better performing athlete. Explosive Plyometrics by Dr. Explosive Leg Training Chapter 3: Total Yewsis Explosive Training Chapter 6: He has also trained hundreds of athletes in different sports and developed unique specialized strength exercises that duplicate what takes place in execution of the game skills. Most notable is the improvement in skill technique form and the strength specific to the skill execution.

Author Michael YessisPh. Last edited by cccp21; at Yessis in the 80’s. Your email address will not be published. Explosive Plyometrics Explosive Plyometrics can give you the speed plyometricz power you need for any sport.

He also does make mention of certain exercises being good for Weightlifting, and cites cleans specifically. He also explicitly explains which each exercise is used for exxplosive. For Weightlifting just about any of plymoetrics can be used for GPP training. By doing these exercises athletes improve skill technique and the physical qualities strength specific to the technique. Yessis is also Professor Emeritus at California State University, Fullerton, where he was a multi-sports specialist in biomechanics technique analysis and sports conditioning and training.

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Explosive Plyometrics

Tags for this Thread depth jumpsdr. Keeping this in mind and in my opinion and experience if over pounds the volume and frequency need to be adjusted and exercises such as the depth jump should not be considered until one is very strong 2 x ploymetrics olympic squat.

Keep in mind that although explosive plyometrics uses jumps, not all jump exercises are plyometric. He explains plyometrkcs you can get the most benefit from the plyometric exercises and the science that will make you a better athlete. Individual chapters are devoted to the latest state-of-the-art leg, arm, midsection and total body explosive training.

Really love the old Soviet data as it still has applicability even today.

pylometrics It is well known that Weightlifters use jump training and plyos for their training, so it makes sense to borrow concepts from this book for your own training.

Of course the less intense ones make for effective training and good preparation if going on to the depth jump. Overall the book isn’t bad.