Friday, July 27, 2012

7/27/12 Workout

Well today is Friday so I only do a morning workout.

Friday's I'm going to try to use it for a Plyometric workout from now on.

So I did roughly 40 minutes of Plyometrics this morning and it was great! I basically either do the P90X Plyometrics or the P90X2 Plyocide. This morning I did Plyocide.

I figured I could give you a few reasons why Plyometrics are important a good idea to do them:

  • 1. Better Performance

For those who enjoy sports like track and field, plyometric exercise can greatly benefit running speed. If running isn’t your game, perhaps you would like to punch harder or throw farther. Plyometric exercise helps you achieve any athletic goal.
  • 2. Developing Muscle Power

Plyometric exercise gives your legs and muscles an intense exercise which guarantees an increase in muscle potential.
  • 3. Enhancing Your Ability to Burn Calories

An increased muscular endurance and ability to burn calories would come to great use for someone hoping to build a weight loss routine.
  • 4. Increasing Your Muscular Endurance

If you are an athlete and you have a big competition coming up, plyometric exercising will help intensify your energy and increase your stamina just in time for the main event. Since plyometric exercising builds up an explosive amount of intense energy, it could be just the thing for an athlete to have in their training routine.
  • 5. No Extreme Exercising Equipment is Needed

Exercise equipment can be expensive, and plyometric exercising doesn’t require any. Anything that is needed could be easily found lying around the house.
  • 6. Easily Calibrated to Suit Anyone’s Needs

Plyometric exercising can be as simple as jumping on a trampoline several times a day or even using your old jump rope from back in the day. For someone looking for a little more intense workout, perhaps jumping back and forth from a lower platform to a higher platform would suit their needs. There are many ways to increase the intensity of the exercise by simply increasing the distance or height of each jump. Plyometric exercising is simply utilizing the muscular energy that it takes to jump to your own exercising advantage

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