This plyometric drill is a single leg, right leg bound, used for sprinters and jumpers. The athlete should have good ground contact directly under their center of mass while maintaining posture with the upper body. The athlete should keep their chest as high as possible and avoid collapsing at the waist. The athlete should remain straight up, hammering the foot into the ground, recovering quickly with the knee coming up to the front side as quick as possible.

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This plyometric drill is a single leg, left leg bound, used for sprinters and jumpers. The athlete should have good ground contact directly under their center of mass while maintaining posture with the upper body. The athlete should keep their chest as high as possible and avoid collapsing at the waist. The athlete should remain straight up, hammering the foot into the ground, recovering quickly with the knee coming up to the front side as quick as possible.

Click here for track and field training plans for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels, built by professional and elite coaches.

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