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A Plyometric Workout That Requires No Jumping (Seriously!)

Plyometric training is often thought of as “jump training” because so many of the programs you find online and see on TV involve dozens of high-impact jumping exercises rolled into one painful workout. This is great for young athletes whose joints…

Workout I Did: Jump Like a Volleyball Player

Workout I Did: Jump Like a Volleyball Player

This past weekend I was at a beach volleyball tournament. Sadly, I was not competing, but it definitely inspired me to share a volleyball-themed plyometric workout I’ve done in the past. (I still remember doing something along these lines for the first time at a volleyball open gym. We did all of this and more, [...]

3 Biggest Workout Mistakes and How to Fix Them

3 Biggest Workout Mistakes and How to Fix Them

I may be slightly biased because I do these kinds of workouts regularly, but over the last year or so, it seems that the new workout trend is to go hard. Whether it’s plyometrics, kettlebell training or high-intensity interval training, the point is to take your fitness to another level by pushing your body perhaps [...]