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A study on the effects of three different intensity of plyometric training on football players | Original Article

Keshab Bhattacharya*, Dr. Bibhuti Bhusan Mishra, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


Football players need to be physically fit so that they can run with strength, change direction quickly off the mark to control the game, pass properly, and tackle effectively for the duration of the game. In addition, players need to be able to tackle well for the duration of the game. In addition to having the skills required to play the game, individuals who are interested in playing football need to be in exceptional physical condition in order to participate. Plyometric exercises, as their name suggests, are meant to aid a muscle in reaching its maximal strength in the quickest length of time possible. Plyometric exercises are often performed in a jumping motion. There is a large variety of different types of physical activities that may be done in addition to jumping, which is the primary focus of the vast majority of the exercises in this category. The phrase measurable growth derives from a combination of two Latin words increase and measure. Both the English term measure and the Latin word increase have their origins in the Latin language.