Originally Posted by ivienthol
The main thing about plyometrics is don't over complicate the workouts. For the easiest example just take sprinting a short distance as fast as you can. Or if you're boxing, short flurries of punches. Or pull ups as fast as you can. The key is to not feel fatigue and turn it into a cardio marathon, otherwise you're doing it wrong. They're made for real life scenarios so you can be explosive at them when the time comes.
As stated, they're more a side dish to strength training than their own workouts. So don't make a day filled with plyo exercises. Just add a couple different ones on the days you're already working out. There's a million different ones you can do so pick and choose which ones you need. Otherwise you're just they'll be so spread out you won't improve much.
Yea I wish I had of known this before I did the VJB... now my knees are kinda messed up cus the VJB has too many plyos in it. I would say do weight training and add in maybe 6 sets of explosive plyos... That's really all you need and it shouldn't mess up your knees. The 15-20 sets Kelley B has you do works... but it can cost you your health. Different reactions for different people though so I'm not saying it's bad for everyone.