The Drew Review: The Manual Vol. 2, Chapter 6: Shock Method: How and Where to Start by Jeff Moyer

abb4e898-e204-4514-8d17-e12e0bcf1796“It is the quality of the shock method, not the quantity that is important for developing explosive strength and reactive ability.”- Y. Verkhoshansky

Plyometric training is something every strength coach utilizes in their programming. As such Chapter 6 of The Manual Vol.2 will benefit a strength coach who is looking for more content on the famous “Shock Method.” Along with a general overlay of plyometric training, this chapter describes the depth jump in great detail, including the common pitfalls and considerations that should be taken into account when athletes are performing the cherry on top exercise of plyometrics. Jeff Moyer (DC Sports Training) the author, does a great job of explaining the origins of the “Shock Method” and then proceeds into the particulars of his own plyometric programming. After reading this chapter you will drew-reviewcertainly have a better understanding of plyometric training and how it will make your athletes better.

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