Saturday, March 13, 2010

3 13 2010 Plyometric Training

As you can see in the heart rate profile above - Plyometric Training and Intervals gives you more bang for the buck. Plyometric training is considered a high risk high reward activity in terms of developing power. Interval training has always been considered the best method for raising your anaerobic threshold and improving recovery. Of course one has to lay a foundation before getting into these types of training.

-One round of Tabata intervals in the morning on spin bike - watts 300 to 400.
-Three rounds of Tabata intervals in the afternoon at the gym - various exercises.
-Several sets of Plyometrics.
-Olympic power cleans.
-Bench presses
Total 2.5 hours training.

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