Aligning with the principles of dynamic correspondence, this form of training focuses on exercises in the same movement planes as the skills which are trying to be improved (i.e. vertical and jumping).
Typically referred to as RFD, this is a foundational element to every strength and conditioning coaches education. Without understanding RFD and it’s importance, you’ll never take your programming to the next level.
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