This video demonstrates how to do the Two Leg Hops plyometric drill to build power in your quads.
A plyometric movement is quick, powerful move that starts with a muscle lengthening action and is immediately followed by a muscle shortening action. Performing plyometric movements increases muscular power, which translates to higher jumps and faster sprint times.
Set Up for a Two Leg Hops Plyometric Drill
- Feet are hip width apart
- Facing Ladder
Points of Performance for a Two Leg Hops Plyometric Drill
- Stay on toes
- Torso slightly forward
- Place both feet in each square
- Have little contact with the ground as you are hopping