This much I know: nothing bad can come from jump training.
It improves rate of force development, power, and speed. And from an injury prevention standpoint, it helps athletes to control their bodies and keep there ankles and knees stable.
Let’s get right into this week’s Exercise for Confidence:
Given an athlete has been trained to jump with perfect form without load, they’re able to move onto this advanced variation.
It is excellent for increased core and spinal stabilization, and makes it a hell of a lot tougher to control knee valgus during the landing.
I know this post was short, but try this and let me know how you do.