If you really are interested in plyometrics, Michael Yessis is the expert, or at least, he's the one that introduced the concept to the Western world. There are several exercises on this site
thanks!I only have a muscular endurance base at the moment, i will work my way up to plyometrics perhaps.
Those other exercises would suit some balance and core training, and motion/motor control exercises. They are good for improving stability through movements on different joints
Could you recommend me to a source to find out more about motion/motor control exercises? By the sounds of it, its exactly what im looking for. I really want to separate these movements from my strength and conditioning sessions to produce better results.
Are you considering using this yourself? If so, this isn't really the way it should work. You determine YOUR goals, then develop an approach that works for you. You don't find an interesting workout and try to fit it's goals!
On the other hand, maybe you just came across this odd routine and are trying to figure out why anyone would possibly invest time and effort in it?
I was doing these types of workouts for 3 months, they are what i consider a functional way of training, they cover everything, except of course max strength/max power. I am trying to put together a good routine, but the so many of the recommended workouts for discussion such as, squat,bench,deadlift,row,shoulder press,chins seem lacking. I think the whole motor control aspect of it is what kept me attracted to it.
I'm trying to separate all of the components of fitness related to these types of routines so i can better improve on each one, i'm not trying to be a metro-sexual with an aesthetic look like you deduced from my other post.
Any advice is appreciated, i am just looking to learn, as i just finished my Personal Training course and am looking into and understanding many different types of training to use for clients.