Why Explosive Work Should be a Part of Your Training Program
Reed Davis

Explosive movements are generally described as max motor recruitment of muscle fibers in a small or limited period of time. In English, that means that explosive movements are ones that cause the muscles to contract at a very high rate for a very short period of time, with max exertion as the target.
Explosive movements are commonly performed with bodyweight or light external loads. Examples include the squat jump, split-squat jump, anterior loaded split squat jump or squat ...

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