"Plyometric Exercise" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
Exercises in which muscles are repeatedly and rapidly stretched, followed by shortening, concentric MUSCLE CONTRACTION (e.g. jumping and rebounding). They are designed to exert maximal force in minimal time by increasing STRETCH REFLEX.
- Plyometric Exercise
- Exercise, Plyometric
- Exercises, Plyometric
- Plyometric Exercises
- Plyometric Drill
- Drill, Plyometric
- Drills, Plyometric
- Plyometric Drills
- Plyometric Training
- Plyometric Trainings
- Training, Plyometric
- Trainings, Plyometric
- Stretch-Shortening Exercise
- Exercise, Stretch-Shortening
- Exercises, Stretch-Shortening
- Stretch Shortening Exercise
- Stretch-Shortening Exercises
- Stretch-Shortening Cycle Exercise
- Cycle Exercise, Stretch-Shortening
- Cycle Exercises, Stretch-Shortening
- Exercise, Stretch-Shortening Cycle
- Exercises, Stretch-Shortening Cycle
- Stretch Shortening Cycle Exercise
- Stretch-Shortening Cycle Exercises
- Stretch-Shortening Drill
- Drill, Stretch-Shortening
- Drills, Stretch-Shortening
- Stretch Shortening Drill
- Stretch-Shortening Drills
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Plyometric Exercise" by people in Profiles.
Lower Extremity Stiffness Changes after Concussion in Collegiate Football Players. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2017 01; 49(1):167-172.
Antioxidant-rich beetroot juice does not adversely affect acute neuromuscular adaptation following eccentric exercise. J Sports Sci. 2017 Apr; 35(8):812-819.