This plyometric drill is small hops medially with the right leg, moving to the left. The athlete should have the opposite leg out in the front to maintain posture and balance and being quick off of the ground. The drill builds strength in the lower leg, including the ligaments, tendons, and muscles.

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This plyometric drill is small hops medially with the left leg, moving to the right. The athlete should have the opposite leg out in the front to maintain posture and balance and being quick off of the ground. The drill builds strength in the lower leg, including the ligaments, tendons, and muscles.

Click here for track and field, cross country, and road running training plans built by elite coaches, designed for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels.

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