This plyometric drill is small hops forward with the right leg. The athlete should have the opposite leg out in the front, maintaining posture, being quick off of the ground, and keeping stiffness during ground contact. If the athlete can be strong and stiff on impact with the ground, they will be quicker off of the ground.

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This plyometric drill is small hops backward with the right leg. The athlete should have the opposite leg out in the front, maintaining posture, being quick off of the ground, and keeping stiffness during ground contact. If the athlete can be strong and stiff on impact with the ground, they will be quicker off of the ground.

Click here for track and field, cross country, road running, and weight lifting training plans for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels.

This is plyometric drill small hops forward with the left leg. The athlete should have the opposite leg out in the front, maintaining posture, being quick off of the ground, and keeping stiffness during ground contact. If the athlete can be strong and stiff on impact with the ground, they will be quicker off of the ground.

Click here for track and field, cross country, road running, and weight lifting training plans for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels.

This plyometric drill is small hops backward with the left leg. The athlete should have the opposite leg out in the front, maintaining posture, being quick off of the ground, and keeping stiffness during ground contact. If the athlete can be strong and stiff on impact with the ground, they will be quicker off of the ground.

Click here for track and field, cross country, road running, and weight lifting training plans for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels.

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