5 Reasons To Add Plyometric Training To Your Fitness Routine

What is one of the best ways to have fun and spice up your training? Plyometric Training! Perhaps one of the reasons I love it so much is because repetitive bounding reminds me my childhood activities, but there is an another reason too: Serious muscular power, agility, strength and speed. Plyometric training is ideal for improving your overall physical condition and get your body in shape quicker. Plyometrics (Plyos) depending on the intensity of your training will give you a great cardio training too, while working on major muscle groups. Plyos won’t let you down if you aim for weight loss and leaner, more defined looks. What Is Plyometric Training? Plyometric Training, also called Plyometrics, is a compilation of physical exercises that consist of what are called “explosive” movements. Some primary examples of plyometric training exercises include: Jumping lunges Burpees Box jumps Mountain climbers Clap push ups Benefits Of Adding…