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The Flow Kinetix approach to training human performance movement

The development of athleticism entails mastering proper techniques for agility, coordination, flexibility, power, reaction time, speed, strength, balance and endurance. An athlete’s training approach should directly lead to improvement in the quality of the various connective tissue and neural structures required to execute the sub-categories of athleticism as well as

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Injury prevention programs that include plyometric exercises reduce the
incidence of anterior cruciate ligament injury: a systematic review of cluster
randomised trials

Abstract Question: Do injury prevention programs that include plyometric exercises reduce the incidence of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in sport? Design: Systematic review of (cluster) randomised trials with meta-analysis. Participants: Sporting participants of any age, sex or competition level. Interventions: The experimental intervention was an injury prevention program that

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The Plyometric Landing Sequence –

1.) Initial Momentum Phase IIMP): This first phase is known as the Initial Momentum Phase (IMP), where the body is moving due to previously created kinetic energy, accumulated from a preceding action. This could be a jump of some sort, a run, sprint, or a drop of some kind. If

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