PlyoMaster Blog2018-12-28T05:03:04+00:00

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Single Leg Exercises – Why They’re Important

When most people jump, they have a dominant leg.  When you do two legged exercises, the dominant leg will do most of the work, leaving the weaker leg to miss out on developing as much.  Single leg exercises isolate the weaker leg.  As the weaker leg catches up to the dominant leg in performance, the result is a nice benefit to your vertical jump.  You will find single leg exercises in the vert builder and vert builder pro programs on our site.  Check them out.

January 27th, 2019|

14 year old Breana gained 15 inches in 6 weeks – watch her demo a key exercise

Most jump training programs add about an inch a week.  With this exercise, on this device, you can exceed that…by a significant amount!  Also, follow the rules I share in another blog on how to train successfully.  Watch both videos!

Part 1

Part 2


December 28th, 2018|

Pistol Squat on Bosu Ball Holding Weight

October 8th, 2018|

Single Leg Butt Kicker

October 8th, 2018|

Muscle Confusion on a Massive Scale

Hydro training is the best training medium for muscle confusion.  Some folks believe changing an exercise a little bit is enough to break through the training plateau.

To prevent a training plateau, one must confuse the body.  More muscle confusion, for a week, is going to stimulate the body to adapt to the new environment.  

When one moves through the water, the body—the entire body—is meeting resistance plus trying to balance.  This is true and effective muscle confusion.  When you return to the weight room after a week of training in water, your body will have to adapt yet again (on a smaller scale, but adapt it must).  Once back in the weight room after a week of hydro, your body will start developing fresh.

Many teams train during their season, as well as in the off-season.  If they are not doing hydro training during the season, then their weight room training results will hit a plateau.  As a coach or an athlete, do you want to keep developing and impro