A Model for Plyometric Progression


    AU $7


    Jess Hunter




    1 HOURS

    Course Type

    Network Original

    Course Overview

    This course is an introduction to plyometrics, the physiology that makes plyometric movements so effective, and a simple, yet detailed progression model for immediate application. After completing this course you will walk away understanding which exercise is appropriate for each of your clients and how to get them more explosive and athletic, as safely as possible.

    Learning Outcomes

    • An understanding of what plyometric movements are
    • An understanding of the physiology behind plyometric movements
    • An understanding of the difference between plyometric and ballistic exercises
    • An understanding of the programming variables to consider when using plyometric movements
    • A progression model to safely load you clients when using plyometric movements
    • An extensive list of plyometric exercises to apply to your clients

    About the Author

    Jess Hunter is Strength and Conditioning Coach and Fitness Educator for the Australian Institute of Fitness based out of the Northern Territory, Australia.

    After completing his Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at the University of New England, he coached athletic and general populations throughout Newcastle. Upon moving to Sydney, Jess gained employment at a leading private sector S&C facility working under industry veterans to coach recreational and semi-professional athletes. During this experience he assisted the Gordon Highlanders upper and lower grades for the 2019 Shute Shield season.

    Since departing Sydney, Jess has completed the ASCA level 2 coaches qualification and an SMA level 1 sports trainer qualification whilst operating an online coaching service, Hunter Performance Coaching. He shares this role with his work as a Fitness Coach at the Australian Institute of Fitness.



    Access Period

    CEC Expiry Date: 10/02/2026. In order to obtain AusActive CECs, this course must be completed by the CEC Expiry Date.

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