Plyometrics

Gmedlo

Professional
Although I'm already pretty explosive on the court, I would like to make it an undeniable advantage over others in my game that I can lean on when I'm in trouble. Since I don't have access to a gym, I can't do squats, or any other weightlifting involving weights over 120lbs (parent's won't buy me more, can't work yet), so I figured plyometrics would be the best way to achieve my goal. I tried it before, but had to quit due to Osgood Schlatter's, which has now subsided (for good, hopefully). Does anyone know of any plyometrics programs or regimens that work well?
 

rodtennis3

New User
oh man i have the same thing as you jumpers knee ive tried doing this program air alert 3 search it on goggle in pdf form i had to stop by week 8 during a groin injury cause of no proper stretching
this program rocks its worth the 15 weeks!!!
 
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