PLYOMETRICS LETS NOT JUMP (I MEAN HOP) TO CONCLUSIONS!

I was recently intrigued by a post regarding the use of “incorrect terminology” in regards to describing a plyometric action within a research article. Double leg hopping is not hopping. Why can’t we agree on terminology?! Jump=two legs, hop=single leg to same leg, bound = single leg to opposite leg https://t.co/J45QtFixvD — Eric Guthrie (@EricGuthrie07) …

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