Principles of Plyometrics

$85 USD


GST included for Australian residents
Programming, progressing and coaching plyometric training from novice to advanced clients

Plyometrics are about so much more than jumping.

Through the theoretical portion of this course uncover the history of plyometric training, its soviet origins, the misconceptions and misapplication born out of translation and interpretation. Then build on this foundational understanding as we help you develop a plyometrics coaching and programming framework to deepen your practical understanding for how to use progressive plyometric exercises as a training method for developing elasticity, reactivity and durability in a range of populations.

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Part 1: Principles Of Plyometrics (60mins)

  • History, myths and misconceptions
  • Terminology, naming conventions
  • The plyometric continuum
  • Programming and periodisation guidelines

Part 2: Practical And Case Studies (66 Mins)

  • Coaching plyometrics
  • Progressing and regressing plyometrics
  • Real time interventions for troubleshooting plyometric training
  • Case study examples for plyometric program design

  • Immediate and lifetime access to the video lessons, practicals, bonus resources and reference lists
  • A certificate of completion

Earn 1 CEC point with Fitness Australia immediately upon completion of this course.

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Meet your instructor

Jacob Tober, BEx&SpS is an ASCA certified coached and ESSA accredited Sports scientist.

With seven years experience working in private and semi-elite strength and conditioning, Jacob splits his time between his role as a high performance coach with his role as head of education for Core Advantage researching, writing and developing educational content for social media and the Core Advantage Mentorship and short courses.

Since 2017, Jacob has been working in an advisory role with Deakin University providing a coaches perspective and assisting in research design and implementation for studies exploring velocity based training and power development.

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